CECS Student Rodolfo Lozano Awarded Chancellor's Medallion in Recognition of Academic Achievement and Character
Rodolfo Lozano received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree in electrical engineering, graduating with High Distinction.
Rodolfo Lozano received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree in electrical engineering, graduating with High Distinction. He was awarded University Honors in 2016 and 2017, and was named to the Dean’s List five times. He is a recipient of the William and Alice Jenkins Scholarship, the CASL Pi Omnicron Philanthropic Scholarship, the UM-Dearborn Veterans Scholarship, and the Slosberg and Sorscher Memorial Scholarship.
He served honorably in the U.S. Marine Corps for eight years before attending UM-Dearborn, having earned multiple commendations for his service. He plays an active leadership role with veteran students on campus, helping them navigate campus resources, offering support and strengthening the campus veteran student community.
Lozano has worked as an electrical engineering intern at DTE Energy since 2015, gaining professional experience in power transmission system planning software (PSSE) modeling, circuit analysis, circuit preparation and data quality management.
He was named a 2017 UM-Dearborn Difference Maker. Nominated by faculty and staff, Difference Maker recipients are recognized for academic achievement, integrity, leadership, and creative contribution in and out of the classroom.
In January, Lozano will begin work as an associate engineer at ITC Transmission in Novi.