Max Hammond Selected for Fearnot-Laufman-Greatbatch Award

Max Hammond
Max Hammond
Congratulations to Max Hammond for receiving the 2013 Fearnot-Laufman-Greatbatch Award for best Summer Seminar presentation. Max is beginning his third year of Ph.D. study with Professor Joey Wallace. The award is presented to the graduate student whose presentation receives the highest evaluation scores from the faculty, students, and staff attending Summer Seminars.

Due to his own experience presenting for summer seminar, Dr. Neal Fearnot established this award because he felt that summer seminar was so valuable for students.

Max’s name has been added to the permanent plaque located on the first floor of MJIS.  He will also receive an individual plaque and a cash prize.

Congratulations, Max!