Twenty-four graduating seniors from the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences have been selected to the Senior 100 Honorary for their notable achievements.
LAS students from 13 majors, ranging from molecular and cellular biology to psychology, communication, history, Spanish and others, are among 100 seniors selected from across campus for the honor.
Senior 100, which is sponsored by the University of Illinois Alumni Association and the Student Alumni Ambassadors (SAA), is also intended to recognize seniors for their commitment to the future of the university.
“Senior 100 Honorary is a ceremony and reception that honors the most outstanding graduating seniors. This event recognizes not only the most successful students academically, but more heavily focuses on campus involvement and service,” SAA said in a statement. “This highly prestigious award allows hard-working seniors to be acknowledged for their commitment to the university throughout their four years on campus.”
The list of honorees from LAS, including their major, is below.
- Sneha Adusumilli, molecular and cellular biology; classics
- Jake Atskins, actuarial science
- Ljubica Basica, political science; history
- Haley Brown, chemical engineering
- Ivette Cebrero, political science; Spanish
- Eunyeong (Jessie) Choi, communication
- Delaney Corbitt, integrative biology
- Hao Deng, chemical engineering
- Gabriel Dungan, molecular and cellular biology
- Francesca Friedman, communication
- Nadia Hrynewycz, integrative biology; Spanish
- Stephanie Huerta, psychology; Spanish
- Alexandra Kieffer, molecular and cellular biology
- Cassandra Masters, political science; history
- Aaron Mattix-Wand, molecular and cellular biology
- Anh Nguyen, molecular and cellular biology
- Julia Nusgart, political science; communication
- Priyanka Patel, chemistry; psychology
- Vidhi Patel, individual plans of study
- Ciera Phillips, history
- Alexandra Plezia, molecular and cellular biology
- Laura Schultz, Earth, society, environmental sustainability
- Divya Singh, molecular and cellular biology
- Kaleigh Wilkins, psychology