College of Liberal Arts

Twelve Liberal Arts Seniors Named Dean’s Distinguished Graduates

Wed, Apr 3, 2013

AUSTIN, Texas — Twelve graduating seniors have been named Dean’s Distinguished Graduates. Each year the College of Liberal Arts honors 12 seniors with the Dean's Distinguished Graduate Award for their leadership, scholarly achievements and service to the community. The students will be honored at the College of Liberal Arts spring commencement ceremony on Friday, May 17.
 
The 2013 Dean's Distinguished Graduates are:
 

  • Travis Alexander (English Honors with Liberal Arts Honors and Plan II Honors)
  • Alyssa Davis (Plan II Honors and Sociology)
  • Joshua Fjelstul (Government Honors, History, and Business Administration Honors)
  • Margaret (Maggie) Gunn (English Honors and Plan II Honors)
  • Katherine Kling (Anthropology and Plan II Honors)
  • Travis Knoll (Latin American Studies Honors)
  • Katelin McCullough (Classical Archaeology Honors and Anthropology)
  • Affonso Reis (Economics Honors and Mathematics)
  • Samuel Rhea (Plan II Honors)
  • Margaret "Katie" Sayre (Anthropology Honors and French)
  • Tammy Tran (Psychology Honors)
  • Ben Weiss (Humanities Honors with Liberal Arts Honors and Government)

 
This year marks the 33rd anniversary of the Dean’s Distinguished Graduate program, which has yielded more than 380 alumni who represent the best and the brightest graduates of the College of Liberal Arts. In 2009 the College created the Dean’s Distinguished Graduate Alumni Association in an effort to better connect alumni to one another and the college. Visit this website for more information.

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