2021 Presidential Honors Scholars Announced

The program’s primary goals include stewardship, citizenship and leadership.

Five graduating Alma College students — Grace Erickson, Parker Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Flatoff, Pedro Granja Berrios and Julie Neuvirth — were named as having completed the requirements to be named as Presidential Honors Scholars. The students received certificates confirming completion of the necessary requirements.

Honors students participate in special seminar opportunities and faculty-guided research projects that fit and enhance their majors and interests. Honors scholars are encouraged to immerse themselves in campus and community service and act as role models for their student peers. Students have specific requirements to complete during each of their four years of enrollment in college.

They are:

  • Grace Erickson of Vassar, an environmental studies major.
  • Parker Fitzgerald of Grand Ledge, a biochemistry major.
  • Elizabeth Flatoff of Highland, a political science and Spanish major.
  • Pedro Granja Berrios of Juigalpa, Nicaragua, a neuroscience major.
  • Julia Neuvirth of Commerce Township, an education and social studies major.
Story published on May 19, 2021