Good Student News

As usual, our students have been involved in many wonderful things in recent weeks and months. Here is just a sampling of the great news we have to share.

Academic Excellence Symposium
The following students presented research sponsored by Human Development or Psychology faculty members at the Academic Excellence Symposium this spring: Carleen Horner, Heather Flick, Stephanie Freis, Krystal VanHoff, Amy Weise, Brittaney Molina, Caitlin Gurlt, Stephanie Lynch, Kristin Nick, Kayla Worchel, Maria Foth, Erin Ehlers, Jessica Hopp, Rebecca McCabe, Alyssa Zingler, Craig Van Pay and Tonya Filz. Congratulations, everyone!

University Leadership Awards
Please accept our apologies if we are missing anyone, but the following HUM DEV and/or PSYCH majors are receiving Chancellor’s Medallions: Heather Close, Jessica Hopp and Samuel Seefeld. Even more will receive University Leadership Awards. They include: Casey Calhoun, Tonya Filz, Kaitlyn Florer, Ashley Herrell, Andrea Kindschuh and Angela Thomsen. We look forward to celebrating your achievements this Friday, May 13!

Fergus & Bonnie Hughes Scholarship
Congratulations also go to Stephanie Freis, recipient of the 2011-12 Fergus and Bonnie Hughes Scholarship that honors the Human Development or Psychology major who best exemplifies interdisciplinary academic achievements in and out of the classroom. We want to recognize Stephanie for her many accomplishments, and also thank the other students who took the time to apply. We had an excellent pool of candidates and a truly difficult time making a decision.

Memorial Garden
Thank you and congratulations on a job well done to the Students of AMF at UWGB for the outstanding work they did continuing the tradition of the campus memorial garden. The event on May 4th was well-attended and wonderfully done.

Commencement
Although there are too many names to list here, the ultimate good student news is that we get to celebrate the graduation of so many of our wonderful Human Development and Psychology majors and minors this week. Congratulations, good luck, and know that we will miss you–so keep in touch!