Dean's Scholars

Annually, each department in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences picks one student for recognition as a Dean's Scholar. Honorees are selected based on their scholarly achievements as well as their contributions to the campus and local community. Because the Department of History administers both the history program and the social science program, it selects two Dean's Scholars. For the 2017-2018 academic year, the Department of History picked Brock Barnes (History) and Stephanie Seitz (Social Science) for this honor.

Brock Barnes

Brock Barnes is the Dean’s Scholar Award winner for History

Brock is nearing the completion of his undergraduate studies and plans to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in May 2018. In addition to a history major, he took courses in social science to obtain a teaching license in secondary social studies.  Brock has been active in student government and served as a student ambassador for the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences.  He is planning to enter Officer Candidate School in the United States Army after graduation.

Andrew Cox

Stephanie Seitz is the Social Science Dean's Scholar Award winner

Stephanie majored in social science and minored in history, and plans to graduate in May 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.  Stephanie has been active in the Social Studies Club and will complete the teacher licensure program in secondary social studies this May.  She is looking forward to a career as an educator.

May 7, 2018
Dr. Sharon Roger Hepburn