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Students Olivia Asare and Naomi Lewis and faculty members Kristy Burkholder and Howard Schweber were honored for their achievements.
Hanna Noughani graduated from UW–Madison with a double-major in neurobiology and oboe performance, and she will pursue a master’s degree in oboe performance at Indiana University–Bloomington’s Jacobs School of Music.
Each fall invitations are sent to the top 10 percent of graduate students, the top 10 percent of seniors and the top 7.5 percent of second-semester juniors in each school and college.
“This ceremony serves as an opportunity to celebrate our tremendously talented undergraduates,” said Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin, in a written greeting shared with the audience.
Recipients are selected based on high academic achievement, effective communication skills, leadership in significant extra-curricular activities, financial self-support and personal initiative.
The Phi Beta Kappa ceremony inducting 200 students took place at Varsity Hall in Union South. Photo: Taylor Wolfram On Saturday, April…
Yi Won (Paul) Chung and Carl Shirley have received the prestigious scholarship for their achievements in computer science and molecular biology.
Nuclear engineering student and 2022 Miss Wisconsin Grace Stanke won the Miss America title on Dec. 15. She's using her platform to raise awareness of nuclear energy's benefits for a clean energy future.
A total of 107 students received Wisconsin Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowships, which support undergraduate research done in collaboration with a faculty or staff member.
Students invited to membership in Phi Beta Kappa must be Letters & Science degree candidates, have high academic achievement as demonstrated by earned grades, and have taken advanced coursework demonstrating breadth across subject matter.
Since she stepped foot on UW–Madison’s campus in 2018, Allegra Abrams has been focused on using fashion as a means to advocate and uplift her community.
Team members are forming a company and actively seeking additional funding from venture capitalists and other sources.
The scholarship's mission is to select and support the next generation of public service leaders. Ruiz is working toward a career in the nonprofit youth arts field.
Each university in the country may nominate up to four undergraduates for the annual award. To have all four candidates win is remarkable.
The awards recognize the outstanding academic and community-service efforts of students from traditionally underrepresented minority groups who are pursuing a degree in business or engineering.
Phi Kappa Phi recognizes and promotes academic excellence in all fields of higher education and engages the community of scholars in service to others.