ISE Student, Sheldon Anderson, wins Attributes of a Gator Engineer Award

Published: August 13th, 2012

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GAINESVILLE, FL:  Integrity is a characteristic emulated by Sheldon Anderson, and for this reason, he was chosen to represent UF’s College of Engineering for the 2012-2013 school year as one of five Attributes of a Gator Engineer Award winners.  (Winners are chosen in the categories of Integrity, Leadership, Creativity, Service to the Global Community and Professional Excellence.)  These students will be honored at the New Student Convocation on August 20.  Anderson has interned twice with Procter & Gamble, and has served as a First-Year Florida Peer Mentor and Peer Leader, a STEPUP Mentor, and a tutor for the College of Engineering.  Additionally, he served as the president of the National Society for Black Engineers (NSBE), where he led the group to receive Chapter of the Year this past year at the NSBE Convention.

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