BDIC Students win Commonwealth Honors College Awards


A photo of the Bachelor's Degree with Individual Concentration logo with the years 1970-2020 on either side.

The Commonwealth Honors College has announced the winners of its annual awards, and BDIC students are well represented on their list.


Aram Bedrosian and Julian Gensler were both awarded "Class of 1941 Humanitarian Awards."

Recipients of this award are selected from among junior and senior Honors College students who demonstrate academic excellence, document their community service, and submit an essay that recognizes the need for service beyond one’s self.


Julian Gensler was also the recipient of an "Honors Dean's Award."

Honors Dean’s Awards are presented to Commonwealth Honors College seniors who have demonstrated excellence in research and submitted descriptions of their honors thesis or project with supporting letters of recommendation from two faculty members.


And three of our students - Aviv Celine, Ariel Geist, and Blaine Stillerman - were all cited as having completed the CHC International Scholars Program


Congratulations to the five of you. It is wonderful to see BDIC majors doing such great work across the campus, and very satisfying to see that work recognized the faculty and administrators of the university.


If you have received an award of any kind, please let us know. This information doesn't always make it back to the BDIC office, and we want to know!