Dean's Scholars

A Dean’s Scholar is selected as an outstanding student representative of a major.  Dean’s Scholars are selected based on a faculty vote taking into account a variety of factors which may include but are not limited to:  GPA, exemplary character and behavior both in and out of the classroom, respect for and cooperation with others, valuing diversity, engagement in student organizations, volunteerism, self-confidence, initiative, persistence, enthusiasm, reliability, and ability to accept and use constructive criticism.

Each year the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences honors twelve students from the various programs and we were able to do so fully in person this Spring in Hemphill Hall. Students were encouraged to invite friends and family and to also stay for a reception after the ceremony.

Help us extend congratulations to the following students:

Grace Hurst Representing Communication
Grace Hurst Representing Communication
Mikayla Cashwell representing Sociology
Mikayla Cashwell representing Sociology
Isabella Dominesey representing Media Studies
Isabella Dominesey representing Media Studies
Mia Purcell representing Psychology
Mia Purcell representing Psychology
Katelin Hobbs representing History
Katelin Hobbs representing History
Parker Hutchinson representing Philosophy and Religious Studies
Parker Hutchinson representing Philosophy and Religious Studies
Olivia Laura DeStanley representing Social Science
Olivia Laura DeStanley representing Social Science
Katrina Todd representing Interdisciplinary Studies
Katrina Todd representing Interdisciplinary Studies
Angelina Giuffre representing Criminal Justice
Angelina Giuffre representing Criminal Justice

 

Casey Cockrum representing English
Casey Cockrum representing English
Arlo Mason representing Political Science
Arlo Mason representing Political Science
Michelle Valencia representing Foreign Languages and Literatures
Michelle Valencia representing Foreign Languages and Literatures