Kudenchak receives two engineering excellence awards at ACEC of NJ Awards Banquet

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), a council dedicated to America’s prosperity and welfare by advancing business interests of over 5,300 firms, represents 51 states and regional councils nationwide. ACEC of New Jersey recently hosted an Annual Engineering Excellence Awards Banquet on March 18, 2010 to recognize the best of the best in engineering within the state of New Jersey.

Robert Kudenchak, a junior studying Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rutgers University School of Engineering, received two American Council of Engineering Companies of New Jersey awards. Kudenchak received the “2010 Engineering Excellence Award” of $2,000 and the “2010 Bernard Langan Scholarship for Engineering Excellence”, an award of $5,000 given to a young student based on a variety of criteria from Cumulative GPA to an essay component. Kudenchak was awarded in front of over 280 engineering professionals, deans, and professors at the Neilson Dining Hall at Rutgers University this past month.

  Kudenchak is a member of Chi Epsilon (Civil Engineering Honor Society), is Fundraising Chair for the American Society of Civil Engineers – Rutgers Chapter (ASCE), and is the Rutgers University Concrete Canoe Team’s Director of Administration. The Rutgers University Concrete Canoe Team will be traveling to California after recently qualifying for the National competition. In addition to his stellar academic performance, Kudenchak is a great asset to the Rutgers University engineering community through his valuable contributions to different engineering organizations on campus.

By Sayuri Khandavalli