Stephen Osterhoff Wins 2014 Distinguished Graduate Award

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Stephen Osterhoff was honored at President’s Banquet. Also in the picture are LTU President Virinder Moudgil, Dr. Mansoor Nasir and Dr. Nabil Grace.


Biomedical Engineering student Stephen Osterhoff (Class of ’14) is the 2014 male recipient of the Ed Donley Distinguished Graduate Awards presented annually by the LTU Alumni Association to one male and one female graduating student for excellence in academic, community, and campus leadership.

Stephen graduated from biomedical engineering program at LTU. He was the president of the Alpha Eta Mu Beta Biomedical Engineering Honor Society, a member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, and the recipient of the 2014 Biomedical Engineering Outstanding Student Award. He also participated in the 2012 Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition and volunteered at Robofest events.

This year Stephen completed research on low-cost microfluidic devices with Dr. Mansoor Nasir while maintaining an internship at Terumo. The research work was presented during 2014 LTU Research Day. Stephen was honored during the President Banquet on April 2nd, at Shriners Silver Garden Events Center.

He is employed by Terumo Cardiovascular Systems and plans to pursue a master’s in electrical engineering.

The annual award was established in 2002 and renamed in honor of Ed Donley, BME’43, in recognition of his extraordinary leadership and philanthropic contributions. The two recipients receive a gold signet ring courtesy of Balfour Artcarved Rings.


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