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Trevor Hyatt

Civil Engineering


Trevor maintains a perfect 4.0 grade-point average and was a 2008 Rhodes Scholar Nominee.  He has been present on the Chancellor’s List (4.0 GPA), every semester enrolled (seven) and has received the UAF Athletic Department 3.0 Plus Award, every semester enrolled (seven).  Hyatt is a member of Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Honor Society) and has received numerous additional academic honors including:  Outstanding Engineering Sophomore Award (Top of sophomore class), the Dr. William R. Wood Scholar Athlete of the Year 2006/2007/2008 (Hockey), and the Alaska Hockey, Dirk Anderson Student Athlete Award 2006/2007/2008.  Trevor was also tabbed a CCHA Scholar-Athlete for 2006/2007/2008.


In addition to serving as a member of Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Honor Society), Hyatt also belongs to Chi Epsilon (National Civil Engineering Honor Society), and ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) member.  He has devoted his summers to internships the past two summers, working the British Petroleum Engineering Internship during the Summer of 2008 and the Flint Hills Resources Project Engineering Internship during the Summer of 2007.  Due to his strong character as a student, athlete, and person, Trevor was named a 2007 Hockey Humanitarian Nominee.  Hyatt is known to lead by example on and off the ice with his strong character, positive attitude and never-say-die work ethic


Trevor remains active in his community, serving on the Intercollegiate Athletic Committee (male student-athlete representative) and as an Unity Council Class Representative for Hockey Team.  He also takes time to volunteer for multiple organizations including:  Big Brother with Big Brother Big Sisters of Fairbanks, Habitat for Humanity volunteer four years in a row,  UAF Student Notebook Project Volunteer (http://www.uaf.edu/admissions/notebook/), and the University of Alaska Viewbook Volunteer (http://www.alaska.edu/gotocollege/).  His volunteer work also extends to a local assisted living home where he visits several times a month and as a volunteer coach with the Northern Knights Squirt Tier II Youth Hockey Team.  Hyatt also makes time during his busy schedule to act as a river guide in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.


Hyatt has eight goals and eight assists good for 16 points in 96 career games and was the recipient of the Alaska Hockey/Dean Fedorchuck Most Improved Player Award for the 2006-07 season.  Additionally, Trevor has been one of a handful of Alaska players to don a rotating assistant captain’s letter (A) this season.