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Bridgette Kegelman was awarded the Richards Prize for Excellence in the study of Greek, Latin, and Ancient Greek and Roman civilization and culture.
Three students received the Theodore E. D. Braun French Undergraduate Award:
1. Hayley Whiting
2. Sonora Rivera-Heinz
3. Nick Gugerty
Jim Ervin is the winner of the Sepp Hilsenrad Memorial Award for excellence in German courses.
Shannon Pfeiffer is the winner of the Marion Wiley Memorial Award for excellence in German courses by a non-major.
Our top prize is going to Luciana Vernola (Dr. Alfred H. Pagano Memorial Plaque from the Italo-Americans United Association). Luciana is an exemplary student who will be entering the Italian MA program here at UD in the fall.
Nick Gugerty has been awarded the Eugenia Slavov Award, given to a student who has excelled in more than one language.
Laura Sandu has been awarded the Italian Teaching Excellence Award, for her distinction in academic work and student teaching.
The recipient of The Dr. Sayo Yotsukura Memorial Prize for Excellence in Japanese Studies Major is Peter Lam.
The Eugenia Slavov award for excellence in Russian has been awarded to senior Russian minor Jacob Ewing.
Best Essay in Upper-division Hispanic Literature Courses
Awarded for the best essay in an undergraduate upper-division course in Hispanic literature. Minimum GPA of 3.0 required.
Recipient: Jenna Whalen for her essay “Post mortem y La Llorona: una fotograma vale mil palabras," written under the direction of Persephone Braham.
Sigma Delta Pi Book Award
The National Spanish Honor Society honors the new initiate majoring in Spanish with the highest cumulative index.
Recipient: Alison Lobo (4.0)
Spanish Education Award
Awarded to the student whose outstanding scholarship and active participation in educationally-related activities recognizes their exceptional future promise in the field of education.
Recipient: Paige Rubakh
College of Arts and Sciences Award for the Outstanding Student Teacher in Foreign Language Education to Paige Rubakh (this is a separate award from the one Paige received above)
MA students graduating with honors in Spanish: Maria de Graca Tito, Stephen Spragale and Nikol Miroieva
Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Spanish: Maria Lucena e Vale and Stephen Spragale
French TA Letter of Commendation: Diana Dyvna
Spanish TA Letter of Commendation: Estefania Villalobos and Maria da Graça Tito
Best Graduate Student Essay: Ryan VanSant for his essay “Visiones madrileñas: El encanto de una Madrid soñadora en El cuarto de atrás y de la generación del medio siglo," written under the direction of Professor Joan Brown.
Community Engagement Scholars designation: Chloe Hundley
The Community Engagement Scholars Course of Study is a multi-year academic program that prepares undergraduate students for lives as engaged citizens. Administered by the Community Engagement Initiative, a program of the Office of the Provost, this rigorous course of study provides students in any major a framework for integrating their academic study and co-curricular service experiences through participation in course work, community focused immersion programs, co-curricular service and development of an eportfolio.
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