March 2012 Archives
Bonie Rosario, Jr., is a senior computer engineering major at UMass Lowell and he is a member of the UMass Lowell Commonwealth Honors Program. Bonie, a resident of Brockton and a commuter student, came to
UMass Lowell from Cardinal Spellman High School where he was the class valedictorian.
As a freshman, he won the UMass Lowell writing award with an essay entitled, “Truth within Fiction: Exaggeration by Compulsive Storytellers”. Now, in his senior year he is completing his Honors Thesis that is an extension of his capstone design project entitled, “Five Senses Sensory Lounge” and it includes a business plan too.
Bonie will be one of only 20 UMass Lowell students who will graduate with Commonwealth Honors in 2012. He is also the president of the UMass Lowell Chapter of Eta Kappa Nu and the recording secretary of the Engineering Honor SocietyTau Beta Pi.
Bonie’s 3.94 overall GPA is impressive considering all that he does and that he commutes from Brockton to Lowell and back each school day. He can play the piano too. The UMass Lowell Honors Program celebrates his initiative and accomplishments.
UMass Lowell honors student, Anthony Fill, a resident of Littleton, will be graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering in May. During his college years, he excelled in a number of different areas. In the classroom he earned an overall GPA of 4.0. He is an impact member of the UMass Lowell concert band where he is the 1st chair euphonium player. He works as an assistant mechanical engineer in the campus’s Submillimeter-Wave Technology Laboratory which has supported
his honors thesis project entitled: Motorization of Horn Antennae. Mr. Fill is a member of the UMass Lowell Commonwealth Honors Program and he has lived in the Eames Honors House all four years on campus. He is a 2008 graduate of Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Harvard where he identifies teachers Muriel Brooks and Anthony Vernaglia as important influences on his education. This spring he will complete the honors program by submitting his thesis and then defending it in a public presentation.