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John F. Reed Honors Program celebrates scholars

The John F. Reed Honors Program inducted nine undergraduate scholars into the program at a ceremony held at the home of President Dene Thomas, on December 14. Four graduating scholars and their capstone projects were also feted at the event. John F. Reed Honors program is a community of highly-motivated, high-achieving students seeking interdisciplinary intellectual exploration through forums, interaction with writers and scholars, and cultural events and field trips.

Inductees

  • Liam Fogerty
  • Carlena Sanchez
  • Taryn Gronseth
  • Katherine Potter
  • Caitlin Laffey
  • Jack Ellmer
  • Carrie Deitz
  • Cole Page
  • Mariah Smith
  • Nicholas Brandau
  • Kristina Pelletier

Graduating Scholars

  • Melissa Miller
  • Stacy Jones
  • Lara Cladny
  • Mercedes Romero

All photos courtesy of Kara Cavalca.

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