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Congratulations Spring Graduates!

Daniel L. Allen, Jr.
Biology
 
Meredith Amason
Marketing
 

Caitlin Barkley
Psychology
 
Grant Barnett
Biology
 
Amanda Bastien
Exercise Science
 
Amber Blazer
Psychology
 
Holly Burrell
Psychology
 
Hannah 
Chicowlas
Nursing
 
Emily Chizmar
Mathematics
 
Kymbreana Coley
Biology
 
James Devlin
Writing and Linguistics
 
Stephanie Dorminey
Middle Grades Education
 
Sarah Dunn
Biology
 
Charles J. Elmore
Biology
 
Cameron Feriante
Chemistry
 
Jenna Florence
International Trade
 
Stacia Fritz
Psychology
 
Stephanie Gratto
Accounting
 
Branden Green
International Trade
 
Shannon Michelle Griffin
Interior Design
 
Tracy-Ann Griffiths
Fashion Merchandising & Apparel Design
 
Jaime Grinch
Justice Studies
 
Emily Hall
Accounting
 
Thomas Hamilton
Logistics and Intermodal Transportation
 
Kaitlyn Hanley
Biology
 
Zo Haynes
Theater & Mathematics
 
Tyler Hedges
Mechanical Engineering
 
Allison Heiskell
Exercise Science
 
Mariana Hernandez
Chemistry
 
Shelby Herrin
Recreation
 
Julian Hershey
Physics
 
Angelina Heugel
Marketing
 
Ashley Johns
Chemistry & Biology
 
Shannon Kahn
Biology
 
William Kite
Economics
 
Karin Kvam
Nursing


Natasha Laballe
Psychology
 
Rachel Luoma
Biology
Lan Nguyen
Biology
 
Beth Martin
Writing and Linguistics

Jacob Mauceri
Biology
 
Marissa McOmber
Political Science & International Studies
 
Rachel Melcher
Anthropology
 
Dylan Mulligan
History
 
Adam Murfield
Logistics and Intermodal Transportation
 
Mike Ofili
Civil Engineering
 
E. Feagin Oliver
English
 
Joel Page
Chemistry & Spanish
 
Cesar Perez
Multimedia Communication
 
Katie D. Phillips
Interior Design
 
Nicole Puckett
International Studies
 

Keenya Riggins
Chemistry
 
Andrew Robertson
Electrical Engineering
 
Caitlin Robertson
International Studies
 
Madison Rozakos
Writing & Linguistics
 
Sarah Ryniker
Anthropology
 
Albert Codina Sala
Economics


            Amanda Shively           
Anthropology
 
Stephanie Simpson
Accounting
 
Kayla Smith
Biology
 
Laura Smith
Writing and Linguistics
 
Madeline Smith
Chemistry
 
Zach Strickland
Civil Engineering
 
Dana Sylvestre
Biology
 
Courtney 
Tielking
International Studies & Spanish
 
Kristen Tillman
Early Childhood Education
 
Caitlin Tongco
Finance
 
Parrish Turner
Writing and Linguistics
 
Jennifer Tyson
Biology
 
Taylor Tyson
Writing and Linguistics
 
Kristin Walker
Chemistry
 
Katelyn Wehner
Exercise Science
 
Katherine Wheeler
Psychology
 
Kori S. Williams
Biology
 
Molly Williams
Exercise Science
 
Nicholas Wood
Exercise Science
 
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The Georgia Southern University Honors Program is designed to foster the development of a critical sense of inquiry, a spirit of creativity, a global perspective and an ethic of civic responsibility. With your investment, the University Honors Program will continue to enrich the lives of students at Georgia Southern University.  
Honors Alumni are encouraged to update their information here!

Alternative Break: Red River Gorge

Honors students in Daniel Boone National Forest
This summer, honors students found the outdoors to be their classroom. Eleven students trekked to Red River Gorge, Kentucky, for the latest addition to the University Honors Program’s line-up of alternative break trips. Developed by Julie Swantek and Justin Yun, two honors outdoor recreation majors, the five-day trip featured day-hikes, volunteer work, and kayaking.

Students volunteered at Daniel Boone National Forest doing cleanup and maintenance. The National Park Service strives to promote the management of natural resources, so Yun felt this was a good match for the University Honors Program. “The honors program focuses on civic responsibility and we wanted to reproduce that in the wilderness, too,” Yun said. On the way back from Kentucky, the group stopped in Boone, North Carolina, and took inflatable kayaks down Wilson Creek. 

 

Honors Inquiry in Ireland 2015

Honors Inquiry in Ireland students visit with Charles Morris, Joe McGlamery at the rennovation project at Kehoe's Iron Works in Savannah, Georgia
Honors students participating in the Inquiry in Ireland Study Abroad spent the last two weeks working vigorously in Savannah seeking to uncover the relationships between County Wexford in Southeastern Ireland and Savannah, Georgia. They participated in archival research and toured locations of key significance such as Kehoe's Iron Works (founded by Wexford immigrant William Kehoe) and the Andrew Low House (Andrew Low, Savannah's largest cotton factor in the mid-19th century was a key player in building the relationship between Savannah and Wexford). The students delivered presentations to historians at the Andrew Low House as well as to Charles Morris, head of Morris Multimedia, who is renovating Kehoe's Iron Works. They leave for Wexford, Ireland, later this week, where they will work with primary documents and present their research to several Irish audiences. 


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To learn more about Honors at Georgia Southern, how to support honors activities, or become involved in honors alumni events, contact Honors Director Steven Engel at sengel@georgiasouthern.edu
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