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).