Four Morehead-Cain Scholars Receive Chancellor’s Awards

Apr 25, 2019

Four Morehead-Cain Scholars have received Chancellor’s Awards, the University’s highest student honors for excellence in academics, extracurricular activities, and leadership:

  • Oliver Mitchell-Boyask ’19 received the Albert and Gladys Hall Coates Award, presented to the member of Student Congress whose service is judged most outstanding.
  • Jordan Bermudez ’19 received the Irene F. Lee Award, presented to the woman of the senior class who is judged most outstanding in leadership, character, and scholarship.
  • Danielle du Preez ’20 received the Marc Adam Eisdorfer Award in Linguistics, for outstanding academic achievement in the linguistics department.
  • Ezra Rawitsch ’19 received the McNally Award for Excellence in Geography, a monetary prize and an international atlas given to a graduating senior selected by the geography faculty based on superior academic performance.

The Chancellor’s Awards ceremony, held annually, is the only campus-wide student recognition program at Carolina. The Foundation extends congratulations to these scholars for their achievements!

 

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