Award winners received a cash award and letter of congratulations from Academic Vice President and Dean of Faculties John Neuhauser.
"You've been generous to give our undergraduates a good deal of yourselves and I personally want to thank you for that," said Neuhauser.
This year's recipients were:
In the College of Arts and Sciences, Joseph Blois, Michael Drage, Lucia LeRoux, Anita Makowski and Camelia Rosca (Biology); Paul Andrusyszyn, Patrick Donovan, Nathan Josephsohn, Christopher Olson and Melissa Vasbinder (Chemistry); Kelly Haverstick and Pavel Nazartsev (Economics); George Grattan and Staci Shultz (English); Hana Baker and Jesse Japitana (Geology and Geophysics); John Bieter, Laura McNeil and Tom Wheatland (History); Ane Coughlin, Eileen Moore and Keith Schoonover (Mathematics).
Other A&S recipients were: Jim Boettcher, Robert Clewis, Debby Hutchins and Neal Leavitt (Philosophy); Jason Jackiewicz and Stamatios Kyrkos (Physics); Patrick Kernahan (Political Science); Alison Carson (Psychology); Sarah Bartels, Eduardo Escallon, You S. Kim, Patrizia Rodomonti, Isabelle Ronfard, Emmanuelle Vanborre and Jessica Vellaccio (Romance Languages); Leah Schmalzbauer and Michelle Yaiser (Sociology) and Ted Kepes (Theology).
Carroll School of Management award winners were Tara Rice and Myeong-Gu Seo.
Lynch School of Education recipients were Mary Kimberly Fries, Chris Mills, Jeffrey Napolitano, Patricia Paugh and Yvonne Ruiz.
The School of Nursing award winner was Joanne O'Sullivan.
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