SENIOR VICE CHANCELLOR OUTSTANDING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT AWARD
Antonio Campbell is a senior majoring in mathematics with concentrations in data science and statistics. He is minoring in computer science. Campbell is a Newman Civic Fellow, a member of the Goodrich Scholarship program, and the Honors Program. He will graduate this spring with a Bachelor of Science.
This Senior Vice Chancellor's award is given based on a combination of outstanding scholastic achievement and demonstrated leadership on campus and in the community. The recipients are selected by the Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs from the Dean's Award recipients.
HELEN HANSEN OUTSTANDING GRADUATE STUDENT AWARDS
UNO awards two scholarships each year to graduate students who have completed at least 18 hours of graduate work, demonstrated excellence in performance, and have been admitted to candidacy with a grade point average of 3.75 and above.
Ellyn Bass is a doctoral student of developmental psychology who specializes in researching adolescent peer relations and cross-cultural development, as well as related statistical and methodological issues. She has been a graduate teaching assistant and adjunct instructor for UNO's Department of Psychology, has conducted research for UNO's College of Business Administration, and served as managing editor for the Journal of Latino and Latin American Studies. She currently works at Gallup as a research analyst.
Bethany Valliant will graduate with her Master of Science in Political Science, along with a Certificate in Intelligence and National Security. She received her Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and her minor in Russian from UNO in 2016. During her time at UNO, she has been heavily involved in the the ACE Internationalization Laboratory, the Global Diplomats program, Sustained Dialogue, the Intelligence Scholars program, and has received several awards for her research.
OUTSTANDING MAJOR AWARDS
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