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Outstanding First Year Students Honors Convocation ~ September 2, 2010

Back Row: Luis Rodriguez, Stephen Mulvahill, Nguyen “Kim” La, Catherine Seitz, Colleen Seitz, Safa Ansari-Bayegan, Jana Spitzley, Nina Spitzley, Catrina Kim; Front Row: Isaac Norris, Leigh Shultis, Chris Powell, Jessica Gull, Casey Goodwin, Derek Schilling, Simon Tice; Not Pictured: Molly Heiman, Ann-Marie Leba

Outstanding First Year Students

Chosen from a talented, motivated, and hard-working entering class, Outstanding First Year Students represent the "best of the best." Their grade point averages are high, but they distinguish themselves by more than just the ability to make A's, and each one has been nominated for this recognition by the Honors College teaching faculty. The winners represent a diverse group of disciplines and backgrounds, and their achievements symbolize the fine work of the entire first-year class.

Outstanding Human Situation Essay

Of the hundreds of essays submitted each year, the Human Situation faculty recognize the very best examples for their clarity, insight, and argument.