Clark School Home UMD
wie homepage

News Story

Singh Named 2011 Leading Women Award Winner

Bookmark and Share


Singh Named 2011 Leading Women Award Winner


Meenu Singh, a sophomore civil engineering student at the Clark School, has been named the 2011 Leading Women Award scholarship winner by the Maryland Daily Record.

Each college or university in the state of Marylnad can nominate a freshman or sophomore woman to be considered for the award. Criteria for the award include outstanding scholarship, leadership, and a demonstrated commitment to change. 

Singh, who has a 3.90 GPA, was honored for her exceptional academic performance in engineering and her deep commitment to leadership and service to the campus and local community. An Alternative Breaks participant and trip leader, Quest Honors Fellows Program participant, Residence Hall Association officer, and campus tour guide, Singh demonstrated ability to manage difficult coursework while engaging in leadership in multiple areas of the campus community.  

"Meenu is the finest example of an active young scholar dedicated to learning and a deep commitment to social justice," said Marsha Guenzler-Stevens, director of the Center for Campus Life at the Adele H. Stamp Student Union. "There is no hesitation Meenu will continue to represent the best Maryland has to offer and work towards making this a more caring, just society through her leadership and commitment to social change."

November 16, 2011


Prev   Next

Current Headlines

Alumna Profile: Kristina Schneider Hysler

Building Together at the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference

Dynamic Futures

Why a robot can't yet outjump a flea

Five Clark School Undergraduate Students Receive Dean’s Awards

ChBE Undergrads Recognized for their Service and Leadership

UMD Alumna Preserves American Icons

The Clark School Celebrates Women's History Month

News Resources

Return to Newsroom

Search News

Archived News

Events Resources

Events Calendar

Additional Resources

UM Newsdesk

Faculty Experts