David Delgado´13 was selected as one of 2018 recipients of the Frederick E. Terman Award for Scholastic Achievement in Engineering. The Terman Award is one of Stanford's most selective academic awards. It is based on overall academic performance and is presented to the top five percent of each year's School of Engineering seniors.
Dr. Terman, for whom the award is named, was a distinguished Dean of Stanford's School of Engineering, Provost of the University, and a Professor and Chairman of the Department of Electrical Engineering.
A very special part of this award ceremony is the recognition of the secondary school teacher whom most influenced the awardee's scholastic career. Stanford invited me to the ceremony, and I was asked to give a 3 minute speech during the ceremony about David.
Congratulations to David on a truly outstanding academic achievement!