EHS Division Awards

Social Work senior capstone presentation Honors were given at the Annual Champlain College Awards Dinner for the Division of Education and Human Studies. The annual dinner, which took on the Champlain College campus, recognized outstanding students and their achievements throughout the EHS Division.

The recipients are:

Natalia Singh '15 - Rising Undergraduate in Psychology Award

Nicole Handel '15 - Rising Undergraduate in Psychology Award

Kaitlyn Lavalette '13 - Outstanding Senior in Psychology Award

Dillon Browne '13 - Most Improved Psychology Student Award

Dillon Palmer '14 - Rising Undergraduate in Criminal Justice Award

Stefanie Lash '13 - Outstanding Senior in Criminal Justice Award

Holly Aery '14 - Rising Undergraduate in Early Childhood and Elementary Education Award

Mary Anderson '13 - Outstanding Senior in Early Childhood and Elementary Education Award

Brandon Pratt '15 - Rising Undergraduate in Secondary Education Award

Jenna Roy '13 - Outstanding Senior in Secondary Education Award

Britney Tenney '13 - Outstanding Senior in Legal Studies Award

Miranda Salisbury '14 - Rising Undergraduate in Social Work Award

Wilson Slader '13 - Outstanding Senior in Social Work Award

David Borocz-Johnson '13 - Outstanding Senior in Social Work Award

Dianne Thacher '15 - Rising Undergraduate in Environmental Policy Award

Maggie McNamara '15 - Rising Undergraduate in Environmental Policy Award


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