Congrats to UHP Outstanding Academic Achievement Awardees!

23 Apr

A big congratulations to the Outstanding Academic Achievement Awardees!  Especially to the University Honors Program students!

By our count, Honors students account for roughly 19% of the nearly 200 students at GWU that are in the top 2% of the entire University academically.  That’s pretty fantastic, especially considering the UHP is less than 5% of the entire undergraduate population. 

What’s more, both of the George Washington University Distinguished Scholars of 2013 for CCAS are Honors students!  Also, Carolyn Stalgaitis was chosen as the Distinguished Scholar of 2013 for the School of Public Health and Health Services!  Congratulations to Adam Bethke, Paul Seltzer, and Carolyn Stalgaitis!

Here’s the list of Honors students we spotted from the complete list.

Jessica Abrams
Emily Baumgaertner
Adam Bethke
Rachel Crawford
Ana Cvetkovic
Michael Dale
Nicole Disarno
Scott Earl
Kevin Frey
Austin Frizzell
Jacob Garber
Shira Hereld
Justine Huetteman
Katherine Hurrelbrink
Andrew Lautz
Alexander Ludin
Dustin Marks
Kathleen Maxymuk
Alec Nadeau
Bryan Pratt
Christiaan Reynolds
Daniel Rosenberg
Carolyn Schoen
Paul Seltzer
Lea Skene
Penina Smith
Carolyn Stalgaitis
Michelle Stuhlmacher
Kayley Sullivan
Michael Szpara
Melanie Tabroff
Alexandra Tran
Joseph Whitt
Alex Yudelson

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2 Responses to “Congrats to UHP Outstanding Academic Achievement Awardees!”

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  1. Congratulations to our Graduating Seniors! | theUHP Blog - May 14, 2013

    […] ceremonies, Alex Zafran will be the student speaker for commencement on the National Mall, while Paul Seltzer and Adam Bethke will both be speaking at the CCAS […]

  2. Congratulations to our Graduating Seniors! | University Honors Program Blog - June 6, 2013

    […] ceremonies, Alex Zafran will be the student speaker for commencement on the National Mall, while Paul Seltzer and Adam Bethke will both be speaking at the CCAS […]

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