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Luke Sanders, a student at Savannah State University (SSU), has been named the Engineering Technology Student of the Year by the Georgia Society of Professional Engineers. He is set to graduate in May with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering Technology and plans to pursue a master’s degree in civil engineering. Throughout his time at SSU, Sanders has maintained a 4.0 grade point average and participated in four National Science Foundation-sponsored projects.

Sanders gained valuable research experience through his involvement in various projects that focused on areas such as machine learning, fluid mechanics, and bridge sustainability. He presented his work at institutions such as Troy University, Purdue University, and Washington, D.C., for the Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship program.

Aside from his academic achievements, Sanders is actively involved on campus. He serves as the president of SSU’s American Society of Civil Engineers student organization and as the secretary of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. He also plays as a reliever pitcher for the Tigers Baseball team.

SSU Interim President Cynthia Alexander expressed pride in Sanders’s accomplishments and noted that he expects him to continue excelling in his profession based on his current trajectory. The recognition from the Georgia Society of Professional Engineers highlights Sanders’s remarkable achievements as a student at SSU.

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