Ferris State University honors students were recognized for their academic achievements and leadership efforts during the Honors Program Awards on Thursday, Oct. 24.
The event, held each semester, is an opportunity for parents to join Ferris faculty and staff to commend students’ work.
“It’s a nice thing to recognize the amount of work students have done and the things that they have achieved,” said Peter Bradley, Honors program director.
Three students received scholarships for demonstrating academic excellence and leadership, involvement in registered student organizations and for their potential for success, Bradley said. They were nominated by fellow Honors program students.
Students also nominated candidates for their community service and involvement in RSOs on campus. Those recognized were:
Students voted Charles Vannette, an assistant professor in the Department of Languages and Literature, as Outstanding Honors Professor.
In addition, 86 students were recognized for earning a 4.0 GPA for the Spring 2013 semester.
Ferris’ Honors program provides academic and leadership resources and support to challenge and nurture some of the university’s most highly motivated students.