The USF Sarasota-Manatee College of Arts & Sciences held a special reception to honor its outstanding students for the Spring 2014 semester and showcased some of their exceptional research.
The event recognized eight categories: Honor Society Inductions, Outstanding Service to Student Clubs, Notable Conference Presentations, Undergraduate Research Symposium Awards, Outstanding Projects, Outstanding Students and the Erik Miller Prize for Literary Criticism. Overall, the college recognized over 70 individuals and three student organizations.
To see a complete list of honorees, click here.
The Celebration of Student Achievement brought together students from throughout the College of Arts & Sciences along with their family, close friends, faculty, staff and other students to celebrate accomplishments from the academic semester.
Speakers included Dr. Richard Reich, Dr. Wilma Davidson, Dr. Arthur M. Guilford, Dr. Bonnie Jones, Dr. Jane A. Rose and keynote speaker Ms. Rosie Lee (a former CAS Outstanding Student recipient).
“As dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, I think it is vitally important to celebrate the fine work done by our students and enabled by the fine work of our faculty,” said Dr. Rose. “Students who have accomplished literally ‘outstanding’ work deserve to have their achievement note,” Rose said. “This happy event allows the celebration to be shared by students, their families, and their professors.”