Ethan Wagner '19 Earns Leo Beranek Student Medal for Excellence at 2019 Commencement
The Leo Beranek Student Medal for Excellence in the Study of Noise Control is a National Award from the Institute of Noise Control Engineers. Named for Dr. Leo Beranek, a legend in the field of Acoustics, this medal honors a student who has contributed to the betterment of techniques for the control of noise in Buildings, Vehicles and Outdoors, as well as a demonstrated ability to reduce noise produced by loud sources in the course of their studies.
Ethan graduated summa cum laude last month with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Acoustics. A native of Metuchen, New Jersey, Ethan Wagner has accepted a position as an acoustical engineer at Bose Corporation, in Framingham, MA.
Professor Bob Celmer '78, Ethan Wagner, Associate Professor Eoin King, Assistant Professor Chris Jasinski '12
Close up of Leo Beranek Student Medal for Excellence Medal
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Jonathan Brown ’19, BSME, Presents Research Paper Alongside Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Paul Slaboch