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The Division of Education and Human Studies Honors Night was held Wednesday, April 20 in the Champlain Room. The evening was led by Dean Dr. Laurel Bongiorno.
The following students were honored for their work in majors across the division.
Criminal Justice Awards
Outstanding Seniors: Camille Koosmann and Dylan Gates
Early Childhood and Elementary Education Awards
Rising Undergraduates: Ashley Garvey and Christina Provost
Outstanding Seniors: Julianna Pratt, Kendre Guinane, and Jessica Prendergast
Environmental Policy Awards
Rising Undergraduates: Haley Parent and Lily Mason
Outstanding Seniors: Drew Bissell and Nia Hazell
Legal Studies Awards
Outstanding Seniors: Grace Conley and Hanah Kelly
Rising Undergraduate: Amanda Christensen
Outstanding Senior: Katherine "Kit" Hansen
Secondary and Middle Level Education Awards
Rising Undergraduates: Kiana Best and Rachel Cleary
Outstanding Seniors: Cara Newman and Anthony Jannetti
Social Work Awards
Rising Undergraduates: Stanley Chen and Mellea Mead
Outstanding Senior: Alicia Cerasoli
The EHS Division offers majors in Criminal Justice (BS); Early Childhood / Elementary Teacher Education (BS); Environmental Policy (BS); Law (BA); Middle School Teacher Education (BS); Psychology (BS); Secondary Teacher Education (BS); and Social Work (BSW). Learn more about the programs here.
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