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, five liberal arts students won awards.
The award ceremony to honor these students is Tuesday, May 7, at 3 p.m. in Holloway Commons. All are welcome to attend.
The Class of 1899 Prize went to Megan Brabec, a political science and international affairs dual major from Spofford, N.H. This award is given to that senior who has developed the highest ideals of good citizenship during his or her course of study.
The Dean Williamson Award went to Kate Brock, a Spanish major from Marblehead, M.A. This award goes to that senior who has been outstanding and well-rounded in extracurricular activities, scholarship, athletics, and loyalty to the University.
The Erskine Mason Award went to Eric Sales, a political science and international affairs dual major from Exeter, N.H. This award goes to that senior who is distinguished for the most consistent progress and achievement.
The Frederic Smyth Book Award went to Joshua Hamor, a philosophy major from Kingston, N.H. This award goes to the most meritorious student for the purchase of books.
One of two UNH Awards of Excellence went to Merhawi Wells-Bogue, an English journalism major from Grantham, N.H. These awards recognize excellence in leadership, scholarship, and citizenship.