Collegium V Program News & Events
Welcome back to all returning CV students. We hope you enjoyed Winter Break and are ready for the spring semester. We are looking forward to another fulfilling semester and its culmination with the presentation of the senior honors theses. If you have not determined your plans for the summer, now is the time to do so. Set up a meeting with us if you want to talk through your possibilities. We have an exciting semester before us.
The February edition of the CV Newsletter is now available.
Congratulations to CV Students:
- Saskia Versteeg won a second consecutive Udall Scholarship. The Udall Scholarship is a nationally competitive scholarship awarded to 80 sophomores and juniors committed to careers in the environment, tribal public policy or Native American or Native Alaskan healthcare.
- Truc Do, and Abhishek Raj have each been awarded a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. This nationally competitive scholarship is awarded to outstanding sophomores and juniors, majoring in all STEMs fields, who are committed to a career in science and technological research.
- Elizabeth Hanacik has been recognized as an honorable mention for a Goldwater Scholarship.
- The following students were selected as Archer fellows for the Fall 2012 semester: Rebecca Beardsley, Kayla Klein, Irene Morse, Basel Musharbash, Elizabeth Petruy, Mike Saidi, and Meg Simons. They will be spending a semester in Washington D.C. interning and taking classes at the Archer Center.
- Those of you who studied or interned abroad. Bring your stories in to share.
Other CV news and Information
- We encourage everyone to visit the atrium of the Green Center and view the final senior projects that were completed last spring.
- The CV Lounge is open for business. If you are a new student and need access, contact Valerie Brunell at 972-883-4297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Students planning to graduate in December 2012 should schedule an appointment with Valerie Brunell to review their files.