UM-Flint Maize and Blue Awards to Go to 13 Recipients

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Students who have a 3.75 overall GPA in their last 58 credit hours at the beginning of their last semester are eligible to be nominated for the Maize & Blue award.

The Scholarships, Awards, and Special Events Committee, and Provost Gerard Voland have announced the selections of the graduates who are the recipients of the Maize and Blue Distinguished Scholar Award, the highest academic award bestowed upon the graduates of the University of Michigan-Flint.

The awards will be presented at the commencement program on May 5, 2013.

Robert A. Burack**
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Joshua A. Connelly**
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
Bachelor of Business Administration – Marketing

Danielle M. Godin**
Bachelor of Business Administration International Business with a concentration in Marketing
Bachelor of Business Administration Management with a concentration in Human Resource Management

Amy J. Hartwig**
Bachelor of Arts in English

Candace L. Hemenger**
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Daniel B. Hendrickson
Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Alison A. Martin**
Bachelor of Science in Health Science with a concentration in Pre-Physical Therapy

Caitlin M. McCarthy**
Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
Bachelor of Science in Human Biology

Kelsey J. McMahan**
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with concentrations in Integrated Science, Mathematics, and Language Arts

Zachary R. Murphy**
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

Patrick W. Williams**
Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Kevin M. Winn**
Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Shelby P. Yeary**
Bachelor of Science in Clinical/Community Psychology

with honors/with distinction

**with high honors/with high distinction

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