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Matthew Marcus, a junior aerospace engineering major, is the 2011 recipient of the Shirley C. Sorensen Academic Excellence Award from the University of Maryland Phi Kappa Phi Foundation. An alumnus of the Environment, Techonology and Economy (ETE) program, Matt received the annual $1,000 scholarship that honors the long-time executive secretary of Phi Kappa Phi Chapter 22 and faculty member of the University?s mathematics department, Shirley C. Sorensen. Marcus earned his College Park Scholars citation this past spring. Marcus was selected for this award based on his exemplary service record and academic achievements.

Read the full, original article published on the College Park Scholars site.



December 2, 2011


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