INSIDE BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY
BU students recognized in Who's Who Among Students
The selection committee, comprised of faculty, staff and students, reviewed each candidate’s judicial and academic record, as well as on- and off-campus leadership activities, before making final decisions from the pool of 54 candidates.
President Lois B. DeFleur said the honorees represent the University well. “These students excel in the academic arena,” she said. “But they also contribute to the campus and community through their leadership activities and volunteerism. We’re very proud of their accomplishments.”
The following students will be invited to the spring Honors Day program:
Seniors Barbara Beatus, philosophy, politics and law; Karen Chau, senior, cell and molecular biology; Julia Coccaro, English; Adam Cohn, management and management information science; Alana Fornieri, human development; George Ghobrial, biochemistry; Meagan Gordon-Dearing, literature and rhetoric and Africana studies; Jay Gwak, accounting; Katherine Hasenauer, history; Justin Hoch, management finance and psychology; Cathy M. LeBlanc, philosophy, politics and law and Africana studies; Sean Lebowitz, political science; Douglas Leder, management information and finance; Mariel Lim, political science; Joshua Marcus, economics; David McDonald, nursing; Verrad Nyame, biochemistry; Jessica Pan, comparative literature; Rainier Ricanor, biochemistry; Gabrielle I. Sykoff, biological sciences and Maria E. Vera, biological sciences; and juniors Lauren Mazur, political science and literature; Jaclyn Kasnicki, biochemistry; and Jennifer Katz, management.