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WKU student named nation’s Top Army Engineer Cadet for 2013
|Date: Monday, March 18th, 2013||Return|
The Society of American Military Engineers has selected WKU Cadet Sean Tedtaotao as the nation’s Top Army Engineer Cadet for 2013.
Tedtaotao, a senior mechanical engineering major and military science minor from Guam, competed with fellow Army cadets who represented the other 273 host ROTC programs from around the country.
After evaluating the nation’s best engineering cadets on their leadership accomplishments, academic rigor and ability to serve as a productive member of a team, Tedtaotao was ranked No. 1 in the nation. Tedtaotao’s accomplishment is a reflection of WKU’s outstanding Engineering Department and top-ranked Army ROTC program.
Contact: Maj. Stephan Walters, (270) 745-4287.
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