SLU’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences honors 2022 top graduates | Livingston/Tangipahoa

Dorothy S. Bass


Southeastern Louisiana University’s Higher education of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences honored major graduates at its once-a-year honors convocation May possibly 3.

Departmental awards have been introduced to the subsequent:

DENHAM SPRINGS: Breanna Burton, Remarkable Graduating Senior Award in World Language, Spanish Focus Samantha Ellis, (Honors in Psychology) and Ashly Rodriguez, Excellent Graduating Senior Award in Planet Languages, Spanish Education and learning Focus.

HAMMOND: Whitney Bourdier, Exceptional Senior Award in World Languages, Twin Language Concentration Marina Burguete-Diago, James Wilcox Superb Graduating Senior in Songs Award Maya Minor, (Honors in Psychology) Laureana Robertson, Remarkable Senior in Normal Reports and Aileigh Simmons, Visual Artwork + Style Office Award.

LORANGER: Sierra Arbaugh, Visible Art + Design and style Office Award and Kaylan Treadway, Harold Leu Award in Political Science.

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PONCHATOULA: Dara Calmes, Visible Artwork + Design and style Office Award and Ally Holloway, Visual Artwork + Design and style Office Award.

PRAIRIEVILLE: Nicole Redmond, Roman Heleniak Award in Social Reports Instruction and Bailey Weiss, Visible Art + Design Department Award.

Also at the convocation, the school honored 4 college customers: Aileen Mootoo, Excellence in Training Keith Costa, Excellence in Artistic Activity Angie Anderson, Excellence in Company and Jeffrey Bell, Excellence in Investigate.

The college also honored inductees into the Southeastern chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Countrywide Honor Culture.


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