Congratulations to the four Reich College of Education graduate students inducted into the Cratis D. Williams Society for Fall 2018.
School of Graduate Studies announces inductees into the Cratis D. Williams Society
The Cratis D. Williams School of Graduate Studies is pleased to announce the fall 2018 graduate student inductees into the Cratis D. Williams Society. Each year, the Graduate School seeks nominations for students to induct into the Cratis D. Williams Society which is designed to include the top graduates.
Nine current students were chosen from among the nominees based upon their academic performance, engagement in their discipline and potential for leadership. Inductees must be outstanding academically, with a graduate GPA of 4.0; have engaged in or completed a project related to research, creative activities, practical professional experiences, or service as a significant part of their program of study; and have shown clear potential to be leaders in academic, workforce or community life.
Recipients of this distinguished award will each be honored with an engraved medallion to wear at their program hooding ceremonies and commencement.
This year’s inductees are:
Erin Brown, MBA
Brendan Sullivan, Applied Data Analytics
Suzanne Flynt Ross, Strategic Communication
Justina Janda, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Dona Rudicil, Professional School Counseling
Kristi Short, Educational Leadership
Katherine Hoffman, Cell & Molecular Biology
Jen LeBlanc, Mathematics
Katie Howard, Library Science