Humanities and Social Sciences reward pupils for academic excellence: Indiana College Kokomo

KOKOMO, Ind. — The Indiana College Kokomo University of Humanities and Social Sciences honored students for their achievements through the academic calendar year, for the duration of its annual honors convocation Monday (May well 10).

Dean Eric Bain-Selbo congratulated the learners on persevering through a complicated 12 months.

“I am so happy of the way that our campus achieved all the worries, and continued to do what we do finest — educating the up coming era of citizens,” he stated. “We are listed here tonight to honor these students who not only persevered by means of the pandemic educational 12 months, but who excelled. That is no little feat, and they all are worthy of our congratulations.”

College users presented excellent scholar awards, honored veteran graduates, and recognized scholarship recipients for the duration of the digital ceremony.

Fantastic student award winners incorporated:

Grasp of Arts in Mental Health and fitness Counseling: Madison Reed, Kokomo

Psychology: Samuel Garcia-Lopez, Monticello

Prison justice: Blake Sarver, Peru

Spanish: Adrian Gazcon, Logansport

Sociology: Aimee Barnes, Kokomo

Historical past and political science: Miranda Addison, Kokomo

New media, art, and technologies: Violence Mullins, Kokomo

Interaction: Sydney McIlrath, Kokomo

English and language research: Aaron Carver, Kokomo

Faculty also identified Samuel Garcia-Lopez, Monticello and Hannah Hudson, Kokomo as honors application graduates.

Scholarship winners honored provided:

Safianow Scholarship: Miranda Addison and Hannah Hudson, Kokomo and Makenna Norman, Wabash

Bogle Scholarship: Maddy Guffey, Carmel

Colonial Dames Scholarship: Kate McMillan, Sheridan Hannah Hudson, Kokomo

Veteran graduates from the Course of 2020 and Course of 2021 who obtained the IU Kokomo Veteran Services Coin involved Kellin Hardin and Michael Scott Erb, Kokomo Cassidy Jo Puglisi, LaFontaine Paul Dennis Williams Jr., Rochester and John Dennis Breen, Sheridan.

Training is Vital at Indiana College Kokomo.