Five Earn Outstanding Senior Award Recognition at Alma College
ALMA, Mich. -- Five Alma College seniors were awarded the Outstanding Senior Award during Honors Convocation on April 3 by Dr. Saundra J. Tracy, Alma's president. The students earned the honor by achieving the highest grade point average after seven terms at Alma.
Alma College, a four-year, liberal arts and sciences college in the middle of Michigan's lower peninsula, is known for its strong academic programs emphasizing a global perspective. Students actively engage in learning through original research projects, often addressing community issues. Founded in 1886 by the Presbyterian Church, Alma is regarded as one of the top liberal arts college in the country.
The students include:
Senior Ann Armbruster of Ann Arbor, a 2004 graduate of Washtenaw Technical Middle College, is the daughter of Julia Armbruster of Ann Arbor.
Senior Salina Maxwell of Fenwick, a 2004 graduate of Central Montcalm High School, is the daughter of Brenda Maxwell of Fenwick.
Senior Terra Teague of Monroe, a 2004 graduate of Monroe High School, is the daughter of David and Teresa Teague of Monroe.
Senior Angela Szatkowski of North Muskegon, a 2004 graduate of North Muskegon High School, is the daughter of Dr. Steven and Mrs. Marcia Szatkowski of North Muskegon.
Senior Jennifer LaMay of Yale, a 2004 graduate of Yale High School, is the daughter of Phillip and Carol LaMay of Yale.
Posted: Thu, April 10th, 2008 at 3:23PM