Daniel Streeter named Penn State College of Engineering student marshal


UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Daniel R. Streeter has been selected as the student marshal for the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) at the Penn State College of Engineering spring commencement ceremony on May 6. Streeter will receive a bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering.

He has chosen Colonel Eugene L. McFeely, Commanding Officer, Penn State Air Force ROTC, to be his faculty escort at the ceremony.

Streeter is the son of Carol Streeter of Knoxville, PA, and Todd Streeter of Westfield, PA. He is a 2012 graduate of Cowanesque Valley High School in Westfield.

A member of Scabbard and Blade (2015-2016), a collegiate military honor society, Streeter received the American Legion Scholarship Excellence Medal in 2013, 2014 and 2015. He was the recipient of the Air Force ROTC Scholarship and the Leonhard Scholarship for Scholastic Excellence. He was named to the Dean’s List every semester.

He worked as a continuous improvement engineering intern for TE Connectivity, where he improved lean manufacturing practices and preventive maintenance to decrease scrap and downtime.

Streeter Studied abroad in Shanghai, learning Mandarin Chinese, during the summers of 2012 and 2013. He has also been a Vice Wing Commander with Air Force ROTC.

Following graduation, Streeter will serve as an Operations Research Analyst for the U.S. Air Force.

College of Engineering student marshals are selected for their outstanding academic achievement and contributions to engineering student life.


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