Ford School undergrads recognized at U-M Honors Convocation
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Twenty-three Ford School BAs were named James B. Angell Scholars at the 87th Annual Honors Convocation, which celebrates the achievement of undergraduate students with distinguished academic records.
Angell Scholars are University of Michigan undergraduate students who earn all A+, A, or A- grades for 2+ consecutive terms in a calendar year. Many of the Ford School students listed below have been Scholars for multiple semesters, the number in parenthesis represents the number of terms each student has received Angell honors.
Congratulations to the Ford School honorees:
Erin Biehl (2), Katherine Buck (2), Molly Cohen (4), Nathan Cole (4), Elizabeth Gebarski (2), Kyle Kreshover (2), Phillip Kurdunowicz (3), Catherine Laurion (2), Danielle Liffman (3), Evgeny Magidenko (3), Colin Maloney (5), Tommaso Pavone (4), Lesley Plimpton (7), Rochelle-Leigh Rosenberg (6), Douglas Sharp (4), Irine Sorser (4), Sonya Suter (4), Gabriel Tourek (2), Kelsey VanOverloop (2), Matthew Wald (2), Ashley Weech (2), Angela Wyse (4), Erica Zviklin (5)