The Kearse Student Honor Awards recognizes students who have written the most outstanding research papers or projects in areas of study in the College of Liberal Arts. Henry J. and Mary Geirin Kearse, lifelong advocates of education, endowed the award, leaving the parameters to Institute choice.

Recipients

Year Recipient Major Areas for their Award Date
1996 Miguel Aguayo[1] Social work Psychology April 24
1996 Jeff Allen[1] Imaging Science Economics April 24
1996 Amy Crowley[1] Economics Economics April 24
1996 Mark Detine[1] Professional and technical communication Professional and technical communication April 24
1996 Andrew Gose[1] Film and video History April 24
1996 Kimberly Grammatica[1] Flexible arts Philosophy April 24
1996 Dave Hall[1] Social work Social work April 24
1996 John Limbeck[1] Flexible arts Science, technology, and society April 24
1996 Matthew Marshall[1] Industrial/manufacturing engineering Literature April 24
1996 Kayla Pobboravsky[1] Biology Language and Senior seminar April 24
1996 Taavo Raykoff[1] Mechanical engineering Professional and technical communication April 24
1996 Melanie Sztanko[1] Imaging science Fine arts April 24
1996 Cheryl Woods[1] Criminal justice Criminal justice April 24
2003 Jared Albright[2] Professional and technical communication
2003 Nicole Dowse[2]
2003 Jacqueline Feldman[2] Criminal justice
2003 William Henry[2] Computer science
2003 Gary Hoffmann[2]
2003 Oksana Howard[2]
2003 Dan Irwin[2] Computer engineering
2003 Randa Jabbour[2] Biology
2003 Stephanie Jones[2] Applied statistics
2003 Dana Luccy[2] Graphic design
2003 John Nemeth[2]
2003 Leah Newberry[2]
2003 Andrea Repp[2] Psychology
2003 Aleksey Tentler[2] Biomedical computing, computer science
2003 Melissa Zaczek[2] Mechanical engineering

See also

References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1996: Recipients
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 RIT News & Events - May 16, 2003