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GSS Year-End Celebratories (2022)

July 7, 2022

GSS graduating seniors (2021-22)

  • Avery Adams (Majors: GSS, Journalism)
  • Pamela Chen (Major: Political Science – Minors: GSS, Legal Studies)
  • Sarah Eisenman (Majors: GSS, Psychology)
  • Adriana Garcia (Majors: GSS, Global Health Studies)
  • Meredith Gottliebson (Major: Neuroscience – Minors: GSS, Critical Theory)
  • Kate Hader (Majors: Social Policy, American Studies – Minor: GSS)
  • Cyn Jaimes (Major: English – Minor: GSS)
  • Kamaryn Johnson (Major: Communication Studies – Minor: GSS)
  • Grace Koplin (Majors: Communication Studies, Global Health Studies – Minors: GSS, Legal Studies)
  • Rebecca Lofton (Major: GSS – Minors: Legal Studies, Sociology)
  • Zoe Malin (Major: Journalism – Minor: GSS)
  • Anna Margevich (Major: Journalism – Minors: GSS, Theatre)
  • Maya Mojica (Majors: Journalism, English – Minor: GSS)
  • Ilda Mucollari (Majors: Psychology, Biological Sciences – Minor: GSS)
  • Akinele Reece (Major: Psychology – Minor: GSS)
  • Maya Rosental Saporito (Majors: Learning & Organizational Change, Psychology – Minor: GSS)
  • Payton Shearn (Major: Theatre – Minor: GSS)
  • Isabella Smith (Major: English – Minor: GSS)
  • Elizabeth Solleder (Major: Sociology – Minor: GSS)
  • Kiana Staples (Major: Asian Languages & Cultures – Minor: GSS)
  • Bryce Wilcoxson (Majors: GSS, Journalism – Minor: Sociology – Certificate in Integrated Marketing Communications)

UNDERGRADUATE Awards

BETTY JO TEETER DOBBS PRIZE
The Betty Jo Teeter Dobbs Prize is given to an outstanding senior thesis written in the Gender & Sexuality Studies Program. 

RAE ARLENE MOSES LEADERSHIP AWARD
This award is presented each spring to a graduating senior who has fostered initiatives and demonstrated leadership, both within the classroom and in co-curricular activities sponsored by the Gender & Sexuality Studies program.

GEORGE C. CASEY PRIZE
This award goes to the best undergraduate essay on any topic relating to gender & sexuality written in a GSS course this last year.

SENIOR MARSHAL
Senior marshals are graduating students whose home school is Weinberg College and are selected by their department or program to carry the banner for their major at the College’s convocation ceremony, when it is held in-person.  Although this year’s celebration is virtual, the departments and programs of the College wish to recognize the students listed below as their senior marshals.

GRADUATE student AWARDS

ALEX OWEN RESEARCH PRIZE
This prize is given to doctoral students – at any stage – who have a research project that relates to the fields of gender and sexuality studies.

FACULTY HONORS

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