FSU awards honors medallions to summer 2022 graduates
Florida State University awarded honors medallions to 37 elite graduates during a July 28 ceremony in the Nancy H. Marcus Great Hall.
The FSU Honors Program supports the passion and potential of the university’s most dynamic students, who have the talent, resilience and enthusiasm to accomplish their goals and enact change in the world.
The ceremony included remarks by Joe O’Shea, associate provost and dean of Undergraduate Studies; Annette Schwabe, associate dean of Undergraduate Studies and director of the FSU Honors Program; and Jeff Badger, associate director of the FSU Honors Program.
The breakdown of the honors awardees is as follows:
26 graduates, University Honors Program
Earned at least 18 honors points in fulfillment of the FSU Honors Program requirements.
9 graduates, Honors in the Major Program
Completed an honors thesis in fulfillment of the requirement for the distinction “with honors” in their major department.
2 graduates, Dual Honors
Completed both the University Honors Program and the Honors in the Major Program.
The honors medallion recipients, along with their hometowns, academic majors and award designations, are listed by state and city below.
Maia Inman, Psychology, Honors in the Major
Abbrielle Henry, Behavioral Neuroscience, University Honors
Jimena Ruiz Castro, Economics & International Affairs, Honors in the Major
Mia Hernandez, Editing, Writing and Media & Psychology, University Honors
Kindle Hon, Geology, University Honors
Isanze Nudalo, Biological Science, University Honors
Chelsea Young, Criminology, University Honors
Sabine Joseph, Creative Writing, University Honors
Juliette Carre, Criminology, University Honors
Tracy Pham, Biochemistry, University Honors
Roland Spillman, History, University Honors
Nicole Coca, Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences: Clinical Professions, Dual Honors
Hailey Miller, Psychology, Honors in the Major
Sidney Starman, Behavioral Neuroscience, University Honors
Sara Young, Psychology & Japanese Language and Culture, Honors in the Major
New Port Richey
Arizona Maki, Anthropology & Psychology, Honors in the Major
Ana Boesel, Environmental Chemistry, University Honors
Shawn Cavasos, Applied and Computational Math & Finances, Honors in the Major
Jessica Kaelin, Criminology, University Honors
Vito Evola, Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, Honors in the Major
Port St. Lucie
Alyssa Sharp, International Affairs, University Honors
Carolina Crowder, Chemistry, University Honors
Mary Peterson, Sociology, Dual Honors
Alexander Pollard, Sports Management, University Honors
Zachary Webel, Applied Mathematics, University Honors
Alani Day, Human Development and Family Science, Honors in the Major
Sarah Jones, Economics & Statistics, University Honors
Jacob Ohlsen, Sociology, University Honors
Thomas Wagner, Biological Science, University Honors
Aliya Ohayon, Biology, University Honors
Caroline Luke, Political Science, University Honors
Addison Tester, Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences: Clinical Professions, University Honors
Kendall Eatherly, Sports Management, University Honors
Liam McConnell, Mechanical Engineering, University Honors
Delaney Pierce, Exercise Physiology, University Honors
Gustavo Capone, Psychology, University Honors
Tiffany Leung, International Affairs, Honors in the Major
For more information about the FSU Honors Program, visit honors.fsu.edu.