Outstanding Student Awards

2006-2007
Chanley Painter and Jared Stewart (Political Science)
Jose Guzzardi (International Studies)

2007-2008
Hallie Templeton (Political Science)
Jacqueline Couch (Public Administration)
Seth Billingsley (International Studies)

2008-2009
Jennifer Gray and Christian Olson (Political Science)
Joseph Wheeler (Public Administration)
Jordyn Haught (International Studies)

2009-2010
Luke Burton and Beth Estes (Political Science)
Amber Kaufman (Public Administration)
Grace Berkau and Anatoliy Shatkovskyy (International Studies)

2010-2011
Jared Bridgman (Political Science)
Adam Williams (Public Administration)
Nicholas Rogers and Matthew Severs (International Studies)

2011-2012
Megan Rutherford Danielson, Sara Bayles, and Austin Hall (Political Science)
Brett Roberts (Public Administration)
Michael Tyler and Shannon Kelly (International Studies)

2012-2013
Jennifer Blansett (Political Science)
Benjamin Lykins (Public Administration)
Jake Logan and Emily O’Neal (International Studies)

2013-2014
Blake Brizzolara (Political Science)
Bethany Bell (International Studies)

2014-2015
Bryan Altman (Political Science)
Matthew Goss (Public Administration)
Autumn Reddell and Brianne Smith (International Studies)

2015-2016
Meredith Herring and Kenneth Stice (Political Science)
Clara Plum and Katelyn Wilkins (Public Administration)
Kayla Close and Stephanie Daigle (International Studies)

2016-2017
Danielle Casey (Political Science)
Bryce Moore (Public Administration)
Jean Francois Adoupo and Mallory Walker (International Studies)

2017-2018
Keely Smith (Political Science)
Aaron Newell and Chad Jones (Public Administration)
Sydney McConnell and Alexis Bibbs (International Studies)

2018-2019
Cagney Kilgroe (Political Science)
Matilda Benson (Public Administration)
Carolyn Casey and Itzel Velazquez (International Studies)

2019-2020
Zoe Tollette (Political Science)
Cagney Kilgroe and Mylon Boston (Public Administration)
Kennedy Neely and Louisa Utley (International Studies)

2020-2021
Lauren McHenry (Political Science)
Margaret (Greta) Hacker, Amy Vedder, and Booker (Trey) White (Public Administration)
Abby Mattingly, Oluwatunmise Sodiya, and Vito Whitmore (International Studies)