2014 Honors Convocation Photo Gallery
Hartwick College honored nearly 200 students and three faculty members on Wednesday, May 7 during the College's annual Honors Convocation.
Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich, Hartwick College President, presents each student with their award during Honors Convocation.
Hartwick students perform the prelude at Honors Convocation. Musicians included Phoebe Blume '15, Eric Moore '15, Nathan DePuy '17, Carolyn Rzewinski '16, Martha Daniel '17, Laura Bochniak '15, Jessica Spitz '14, Keith O'Connor '15, Dakota DeNicola '15, and Jenny Sparby '16.
Hartwick faculty and staff applaud their students during Honors Convocation.
A performance by Morgan Schoonover '16, recipient of the Al Gallodoro Award for Outstanding Achievement in Musical Performance.
Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Malissa Kano-White is honored as a Wandersee Scholar-In-Residence during 2014 Honors Convocation Ceremony in Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center.
Assistant Professor of Education F. Blake Tenore is honored as a Wandersee Scholar-In-Residence during 2014 Honors Convocation Ceremony, Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center.
The esteemed Margaret Brigham Bunn Award was given to Professor of Accounting Penny Wightman, CPA.
Hartwick students during Honors Convocation.
The 2014 Andrew B. Saxton Fellows with President Drugovich.
The Hartwick College Honor Society inducted new members during 2014 Honors Convocation. New members are pictured with President Drugovich.
Hartwick's Honors Program students took a photo with President Drugovich during Honors Convocation.
The 2014 Faculty Scholars were congratulated by President Margaret L. Drugovich.
The John Christopher Hartwick Scholarship distinction - sinc 1967 the highest honor the College can confer upon a student - is based on academic achievement, leadership, and character. The JCH Scholars for 2014-15 are: Gavin Jenkins '15, Kyle Murray '15, Kalindi Naslund '15, Tricia Phillips '16, Krista Poore '15, and Monica Prager '15.
The Hartwick College Chamber Choir lead all those in attendance in the singing of the alma mater, "Oyaron, Hill of Dreams."