Student News: Sociology major receives the College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Student Award
Sara Mruz has been selected to receive the College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Student Award for the Humanities and Social Sciences. Sara is a sociology major who is graduating this Spring. She completed an international internship in New Zealand last summer, an internship she organized herself. She will be presenting her capstone research on the commodification of Maori culture at the GC Student Research Conference this April. Sara has an 3.94 GPA. She is also active as a volunteer with the Girl Scouts of America, fundraising for child abuse prevention and is on GC intramural sports. Sara has volunteered as a teacher's aide at Creekside Elementary and tutored with the Boys and Girls Club. She is in every way a model GC student, thoughtful, engaged, well-rounded, hardworking, and a true citizen of the world.
The Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences will present Sara her medallion at the Department of Government & Sociology's Annual Awards Luncheon this May.