Faculty, Students Recognized at Graduate Education Week Awards
April 3, 2017
The following students and faculty in the College were recognized at the 17th Annual Graduate Education Week Awards Banquet. Carmen Bolt, History, received the William Preston Society Outstanding Thesis Award for Social Sciences, Business, Education, and Humanities. Human Development faculty member April Few-Demo was recognized with the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Outstanding Mentor Award. Francine Rossone de Paula, ASPECT, was the recipient of the Outstanding Dissertation Award for Social Sciences, Business, Education, and Humanities.
The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Outstanding Graduate Student Awards went to master’s student Daniel Newcomb, History, and doctoral student Shekila Melchior, Counselor Education. Ricky Mullins, Curriculum and Instruction, received the Graduate Teaching Excellence – Assistant Award. Honored as Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges were Samantha Fried, Science and Technology Studies, and Erin Lavender-Stott, Human Development. The awards banquet took place on March 30.