Students Receive General Honors Medals

The General Honors Program medal ceremony will take place at 4 p.m. May 4 in the Student Union Building Lounge.

Nineteen seniors are candidates to graduate with General Honors and will be recognized for their achievements at this special ceremony sponsored by the Phi Beta Kappa Association of Northeast Missouri and Truman’s vice president for academic affairs.

The Program offers outstanding students the opportunity to select rigorous courses in the liberal arts and sciences component of their degree programs.
The honor is awarded to graduating seniors who have completed five approved courses, with at least one from each of the four areas of mathematics, natural science, social science and humanities. They must achieve a grade point average of at least 3.5 in those courses, and their overall cumulative grade point average must also be at least 3.5.

The following students will be recognized: Chelsea Balch, a business administration major from Platte City, Mo.; Emily Doucette, a biology major from Kansas City, Mo.; Kevin Dyke, a history major from Manhattan, Ill.; Christopher Gillette, a music major from Kirksville; Christopher Halsey, a chemistry major from Liberty, Mo.; Abbie Hesse, a classics and English double major from Farber, Mo.; Robert Kelchen, a business administration and finance and economics double major from Columbia, Mo.; Rachel King, a music and health science double major from Elkland, Mo.; Daniel Kling, an economics and English double major from Kirksville; Laura Kopff, a philosophy and religion and chemistry double major from Affton, Mo.; Lulie Laub, a philosophy and religion major from Bloomington, Ill.; Brianna Lennon, a political science major from Ballwin, Mo.; James Lloyd, a physics, mathematics and German triple major from St. Peters, Mo.; Daniel Matheny, a mathematics major from Columbia, Mo.; James Quigley, a philosophy and religion major from Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Hope Slaby, a Linguistics major from Rosebud, Mo.; Kathleen Warrington, a chemistry major from Adams, Neb.; Gregory Wiser, a philosophy and religion and German double major from Springfield, Mo.; and Cynthia Woolridge, a psychology major from St. Charles, Mo.

Truman students, faculty and staff are invited to attend the medal ceremony.
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