Students earn B.S. degrees from Notre Dame, King’s College


Thirteen students will receive their bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame later this month, becoming the first group to complete the Cooperative 3+2 Engineering Program between King’s College and Notre Dame. The students entered King’s in fall 2013 and spent three years taking mathematics, science, pre-engineering and liberal arts courses. The group then completed engineering courses in their chosen field at Notre Dame for the past two years. Students will receive both a bachelor of science degree from King’s (in physics, chemistry, computer science, or environmental science) and a bachelor of science degree in engineering from Notre Dame (in aerospace, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, or environmental engineering). Shown are, first row: Jason Spevak (chemical engineering), Hunter Ragantesi (mechanical), Dylan Pegg (chemical), John Docalovich (electrical) and Anthony Anonia (chemical). Back row: James Thomas (civil engineering), William Gaynord (mechanical), Nicholas Bennie (mechanical), Wayne Flood (chemical), Matthew Sipsky (chemical), Aidan Joyce (civil), and Connor Mitchell (civil).