Sinead Carthy, INCE Public Relations
Bob Olson, INCE Public Relations
For Immediate Release
RESTON, VA. – July 8, 2020 – The Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE-USA) announced today that eight students were awarded this year’s Leo Beranek Student Medal for Excellence in the Study of Noise Control. The Leo Beranek Medal is awarded annually by INCE to outstanding undergraduate and graduate students at academic institutions in North America that have courses in, or related to, noise control engineering, including practical applications.
The Beranek Student Medal was established with the support of the INCE Foundation to promote education in noise control engineering. INCE is the leading noise control engineering association in North America helping to enable a quieter, better world for all.
“The Leo Beranek Student Medal is awarded annually and recognizes excellence in the study of noise control engineering. These collective students have worked hard throughout their collegiate career and I am proud to award them with the Leo Beranek Student Medal,” said Michael Bahtiarian president, INCE. “These eight students including the two previously announced recipients join an elite group of Beranek Medal honorees.”
Award Winners, Universities and Project Titles
To read more about the Beranek Student Medal click here.
About the Institute of Noise Control Engineering
The Institute of Noise Control Engineering of the USA (INCE-USA) enables a quieter world through education, awareness, advocacy and technical advancement. INCE-USA is North America’s leading noise control engineering association. It publishes the leading noise control professional journal, operates NOISE-CON, the annual North American noise control event, and offers the only, exam-based, board certificated noise control engineering professional qualification. For more information: https://www.inceusa.org/.
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