Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Sutton High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Sutton High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing. (see more)
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Sutton High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Sutton High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing.
Union students are traveling abroad to places like the Netherlands, Senegal and Canada and broaden their academic experiences.
Assumption College honored 76 students with awards for academic excellence during the 33rd Annual Honors Convocation, held on April 19 in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit. Awards ranged from departmental honors to special recognitions, to Augustine Scholarships, the College's highest academic honor.
More than 100 students presented their original academic research projects at Assumption College's 22nd Annual Undergraduate Symposium, held April 18-19 on the College's Worcester Campus. The undergraduate symposium highlights the research and scholarly achievements of Assumption students, working in collaboration with dedicated faculty mentors. These collaborations represent a model for integrating teaching, original research, and peer review in promoting intellectual development and professional growth. The symposium provides the campus community with the opportunity to gain a greater appreciation of, and applaud, the individual and collective accomplishments of the College's faculty and students.
The Assumption College Department of Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies (HSRS) has announced that 28 new members were inducted into the Human Services National Honor Society, Tau Upsilon Alpha, earlier in the spring semester. "The purpose of Tau Upsilon Alpha is to honor academic excellence, to foster lifelong learning, leadership, and development; and to promote excellence in service to humanity," said Susan M. Scully-Hill, Ph.D., advisor of the honor society. She serves as chairperson of the Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies program and interim coordinator of the Rehabilitation Counseling program at Assumption. Tau Upsilon Alpha is active with a variety of service events and awareness-raising events to benefit people living with disabilities and other challenging life situations. In order to qualify, students must be an HSRS major or minor and have a 3.25 overall grade point average.
The Assumption College Department of History has announced that 14 Assumption students were inducted into Phi Alpha Theta, the History National Honor Society on Wednesday, April 6. "We are excited to welcome the new members to Assumption's chapter of Phi Alpha Theta," said Mark Z. Christensen, Ph.D., assistant professor of history and the honor society's advisor. "It is with great pride that we recognize this group of students for their hard work, discipline, and love for this field of study." Phi Alpha Theta is a national honor society for undergraduate and graduate students and professors of history. The society has over 350,000 members and 860 local chapters. Assumption College's chapter, Alpha-Epsilon-Rho, was established in 1991. To qualify, undergraduate students must complete a minimum of four courses in history, achieve a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.1 in history and a GPA of 3.0, or better, overall.
Lebanon Valley College is pleased to announce that the following students have been accepted for admission at The Valley.
Union students will serve as leaders in the College's seven Minerva Houses.
Recently, four communication majors, Aidan Farrell '16, Erin Cook '16, Emily Tokarowski '16 and Sierra St. Pierre '18 took part in the sixth annual James & Virginia McCroskey Undergraduate Scholars' Conference in Baltimore, Md. where they each presented research papers.
This year, over 80 students presented their work at Assumption College's 20th annual Undergraduate Symposium. The Symposium is a celebration of student research and creative works that provides the campus community with an opportunity to gain a greater appreciation of the individual and collective, intellectual accomplishments of the College's faculty and students from all disciplines, including the humanities, fine arts, biological sciences, physical sciences and social sciences.