2013 Honors Convocation Photo Gallery
Hartwick College honored nearly 200 students and three faculty members Wednesday night, May 8, during the College's annual Honors Convocation.
President Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich addresses the College community at the 2013 Honors Convocation Ceremony held in Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center.
Reid Golden, professor of sociology, chair of the faculty announces the Awards for Academic Achievement in Areas of Study during Honors Convocation 2013 ceremony.
Musical performance by Melssa Zimmerman '14, alto saxophone and Kyle Murray '14, piano during 2013Honors Convocation Ceremony held in Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center.
Dr. Sara R. Rinfret is honored as a Wandersee Scholar-In-Residence during 2013 Honors Convocation Ceremony in Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center.
Dr. Peter Wallace is honored as a Wandersee Scholar-In-Residence during 2013 Honors Convocation Ceremony, Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center.
The prestigious Teacher-Scholar Award was presented to Professor of English David C. Cody by Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Michael G. Tannenbaum.
Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Co-Director of the Honors Program, Lisle W. Dalton recognizes honorees at Honors Convocation 2013, Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center.
Andrew B. Saxton Fellows with President Drugovich.
Harry Bradshaw Matthews, associate dean and director, U.S. Pluralism Programs, lecturer in history, Hartwick College Honor Society President inducts new members during 2013 Honors Convocation, Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center.
Honors Program students with President Drugovich.
Jessica Spitz '14 leads those in attendance in the singing of the Hartwick Alma Mater, Oyaron, Hill of Dreams by Cureton/Markuson. The Recessional is performed by Sempre Dolce String Quartet: Rachel Hill '13, Phoebe Blume '15, Keith O'Connor '15, Zoey Lee '15.
Brittany C. Aponte '14, John Christopher Hartwick Scholar with family after Honors Convocation.
This year's Faculty Scholars were congratulated by President Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich.
The John Christopher Hartwick Scholarship distinction - the highest honor the College can confer upon a student since 1967 - is based on academic achievement, leadership, and character. The JCH Scholars for 2013-14 are: Brittany C. Aponte '14, Alyssa J. Galea '14, Elizabeth M. Greco '14, Megan M. Lefeber '14, Abigail J. Nelson '14, and Jenna R. Rodrigues '14.
Jenna R. Rodrigues '14, John Christopher Hartwick Scholar with Brian Hagenbaugh, director of Pine Lake Institute.