Five sixth-year School of Medicine students have been recognized as fall semester Dean of Students Honor Recipients for their scholastic performance, community leadership and service.
Because of the ongoing pandemic, students were recognized online with short videos introducing the recipients and those who nominated them.
“Every semester, it is our pleasure to host a breakfast in celebration of the accomplishments of the Dean of Students Honor Recipients,” co-interim Dean of Students Keichanda Dees-Burnett said in an online presentation. “While this semester has been a bit different, we wanted to continue this tradition by virtually celebrating your achievements.”
The program distinguishes exceptional students who maintain high scholastic performance while actively participating in University and community leadership and service activities outside of the classroom.
This semester’s School of Medicine recipients include:
- Sniya Ablatt [watch the video], nominated by Stefanie Ellison [watch the video]
- Charles Burke, nominated by Krisana West [watch the video]
- Varsha Muthukumar [watch the video], nominated by Brent McCoy [watch the video]
- Isabella Nair [watch the video], nominated by Brent McCoy [watch the video]
- Ginikachukwu Osude [watch the video], nominated by Katie Garey [watch the video]