The following ASU students were recognized at the ITEEA Annual Conference held in Washington, DC.
Clay Nelson, senior in Technology Education, received the Outstanding Chapter Service Award from the Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association. He was nominated by ASU TECA. Only one award is given annually. Nelson is currently student teaching at Liberty Middle School in Burke County.
William Miner, senior in Technology Education, received the Donald Maley Spirit of Excellence Outstanding Undergraduate Citation at the conference. The Donald Maley Spirit of Excellence Outstanding Undergraduate Student Citation, named for Dr. Donald Maley, one of the profession's "Distinguished Fellows" and a founder of the Foundation for Technology and Engineering Educators (FTEE), recognizes excellence in undergraduate level scholarship and leadership potential.
Dan Blakeley, a graduate of the Technology Education program and graduate student in Appropriate Technology received the Donald Maley Spirit of Excellence Outstanding Graduate Citation at the conference. The Donald Maley Spirit of Excellence Outstanding Graduate Student Citation recognizes excellence in graduate-level scholarship and leadership potential.
In addition, students placed 2nd in Transportation Challenge at this conference which hosted schools from across the country.
Team members included: Dan Blakeley, Will Miner, Clay Nelson, Elvie Sumner and Alex Wheaton. The problem for this year's conference focused on transporting goods using drone technology.