Commencement 2014: Romance Studies Award Winners

in News, News Summer 2014, Undergraduate Students
June 13th, 2014

At its graduation ceremonies last month, the Department of Romance Studies honored academic excellence and exceptional service.

Lindsay Ladner won the College of Arts and Sciences Prize in French Studies.

Joshua Cole and Mary Williams (French), Catherine D’Angelo (Italian), Inez Koberg and Stephen Krawec (Spanish) won the Barbara Argote Senior Award, as did Jordan Caroompas, Ethan Rimdzius and William Wallis in Linguistics. The Argote Junior Award went to Sophie Spiers (French), Sharon Weissburg (Italian), Katharine Meigs (Italian and Linguistics), Chloe Wendell (Linguistics), Jeffrey Volpintesta (Spanish), and Sophia Qadir (French and Linguistics).

 

Award winner: Jordan Caroompas Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography

Award winner: Jordan Caroompas
Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography

 

Award winner: Ethan Rimdzius  Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography

Award winner: Ethan Rimdzius
Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography

 

Award winner: William Wallis Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography

Award winner: William Wallis
Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography

 

Muhammed Saiful Saleem was honored with an “Exceptional Service Award,” presented by the Consul of France in Boston; Elizabeth Johnstone with the Isabelle Leen Book Award; and Cory Morano with the Ann D. Stein Book Award.

Christian Williams and Aubrey Wissmann won the Ken Hale Linguistics Award.

 

Award winner: Christian Williams Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography

Award winner: Christian Williams
Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography

 

Award winner: Aubrey Wissmann Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography

Award winner: Aubrey Wissmann
Photo credit: Annie Holt Photography