Each spring, university-wide, competitive achievement awards are given to only a dozen or so of the most accomplished and impressive undergraduates at UNH. This year, four liberal arts students won awards.
The award ceremony to honor these students is Tuesday, May 6, at 3 p.m. in Holloway Commons. All are welcome to attend.
The Class of 1899 Prize was awarded to Jennifer Lindsay, a studio art and international affairs dual major from Pembroke, NH. The award recognizes a senior who has developed the highest ideals of good citizenship during his or her course of study.
The Erskine Mason Award went to Annie Crossman, a psychology and women’s studies double major from Merrimack, NH. This award recognizes a senior who has distinguished him or herself through the most consistent progress and achievement.
The Helen Duncan Jones Award was awarded to Brittany Marien, a political science major from Lincoln, NH. The award goes to the sophomore woman showing the greatest promise of outstanding achievement in American citizenship, leadership, and scholarship.
The Hood Achievement Prize was awarded to Jasmin Cesko, a political science and international affairs dual major from Hooksett, NH. The award recognizes the senior man who shows the greatest promise through character, scholarship, leadership, and usefulness to humanity.