The engineering program at Marshall University has been steadily gaining esteem and recognition in the engineering community both at home and abroad. While groundbreaking for the new applied engineering complex has generated excitement and support for the engineering community, one Marshall student has gained recognition for Marshall’s quickly advancing engineering program.
Senior engineering major, Nathan O’Kane, was recently elected the national president of the National Student Council for the Society of American Military Engineers, or S.A.M.E.
Nathan O’Kane was chosen for the position out of roughly 100 student candidates from 45 S.A.M.E. chapters across the nation.
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