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COSSPP Students Inducted into Garnet & Gold Society

The college has always been well represented by our outstanding students in the Garnet and Gold Scholastic Honor Society, and this year is no exception.

Twenty-two COSSPP students were among the 144 inducted into the society, April 27, 2015:

Atlee Ahern (International Affairs)
Connor Barniskis (Political Science)
Alina Bosanac (Political Science)
Lindsay Cohn (Environmental Studies)
Megan Hall (International Affairs)
Hunter Hamrick (Political Science)
Leanna Lakeram (International Affairs)
Marie-Claire Levy (International Affairs)
Allison Lick (Sociology)
Hannah Linquanti (Political Science)
Meenka Maharaj (International Affairs)
Gregory Miller (International Affairs)
Alyson Morelli (Economics)
Cecilio Moreno (International Affairs)
Annette Riddle (Sociology)
Jacqueline Rojas (International Affairs)
D’Juan Sampson (Political Science)
Tiffany Song (Environmental Studies)
Samantha Sterthaus (International Affairs)
Rebecca Velez (International Affairs)
Greyson Wallis (Political Science)

They join the following students who were inducted in the Fall 2014 semester:

Alexis Cherry (International Affairs)
William Hackett (Political Science)
Precious Johnson (Political Science)
Jury Paulson (International Affairs)
Kathryn Amelia Watts (International Affairs)

Garnet and Gold Scholar Society members demonstrate how they have developed their leadership, professional, citizenship and/or research skills while building collaborative relationships in the academic, local or global community.

The Garnet and Gold Scholar Society facilitates involvement and recognizes the engaged, well-rounded student who excels within and beyond the classroom in the areas of leadership, internship, service, international, and research. A student who has met the criteria in three of the five areas and writes an approved Synthesis Reflection is eligible for consideration.

We’re very proud of these students and wish them all the best for their bright futures!

View the Spring 2015 Induction ceremony at this link.