May, 27, 2010
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Honors Day took place on May 27, 2010 in Main Auditorium. This annual event honors the academic achievements of students in the humanities and sciences, encouraging their continued hard work and success, and promoting future young researchers and top graduates. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of the College, awards are given not only to CoAS students, but to students across the university as well. Over 145 students were recognized this year for their accomplishments in fields ranging from physics and environmental science to anthropology and Judaic studies. Outstanding seniors and freshmen earning 4.0s were also acknowledged.
Dean Murasko and the entire College of Arts and Sciences community join in congratulating the honorees of CoAS Honors Day 2010!
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