Trevor Trouchon, an assistant software developer at Trihydro, was recognized as the 2018-2019 Wyoming Engineering Society
(WES) Student Engineer of the Year. The award was presented during the 99th Annual WES Convention in Cheyenne, Wyoming on February 7, 2019.
Each year, University of Wyoming (UW) College of Engineering and Applied Science departments nominate their top graduating senior for the honor. Trevor, from Gillette, Wyoming, was the nominee for the Department of Computer Engineering.
“I’m very excited to be the recipient of this award. It certainly marks the pinnacle of my education, up to this point,” Trevor said. “I put a lot of pressure on myself to build a skill set beyond the classroom, and this award gives me something to point to and say it was all worth it.”
While studying at UW, Trevor also won the John P. Ellbogen $30K Entrepreneurship Competition
with a business proposal for an automated system that provides sanitary companies tools to help maintain the cleanliness of portable toilets. This competition awards cash prizes to outstanding teams of student entrepreneurs who submit their business plans for new ventures that show significant business potential.
Trevor joined Trihydro as a software development intern in 2016 and has been a valuable asset to the Technology Services and Solutions team. We are proud of Trevor for being recognized for his hard work, dedication, and talent.