Ramin Moradi selected as the Graduate School’s Outstanding Research Assistant Award for AY 2018-19
Ramin Moradi, a Reliability Engineering Ph.D candidate, has been selected for the Graduate School's Outstanding Research Assistant Award for AY 2018-2019. Ramin is currently a research assistant in Dr. Katrina Groth's Systems Risk and Reliability Analysis (SyRRA) Lab, which conducts research to address emerging safety, reliability and security issues for engineered systems, with primary applications in energy and transportation.
Approximately 4,000 UMD graduate students also serve the campus as administrative, research, or teaching assistants. The Graduate School has established this new award to recognize and honor the outstanding contributions that Graduate Assistants provide to students, faculty, departments, administrative units, and the University as a whole. The award conveys the honor of being named among the top 2% of campus Graduate Assistants in a given year.
Congratulations, once again, to Ramin on this exciting achievement!
Published December 20, 2018