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Graduating students in the NUCLEUS program attend the annual Senior Recognition Event that celebrates the success of those taking part in the academic support services program.
Seventy-nine members of the University of
Delawares Class of 2014 were recognized at a special year-end ceremony
celebrating graduating seniors in the NUCLEUS program.
The May 14 Senior Recognition Event marked a record number of new
graduates for NUCLEUS, an academic support services program created to
help UD retain and graduate academically talented students.
The program, which is part of the College of Arts and Sciences
(CAS), expanded significantly in 2011. This years graduates include
students in a variety of majors and colleges, from biological sciences
and English education to exercise science and human services.
Students and guests were welcomed to the luncheon celebration by CAS
Dean George Watson.
John Jungck, director of the Interdisciplinary
Science Learning Laboratories at UDs ISE Lab and professor of
biological sciences and of mathematical sciences, addressed the students
and urged them to view life as an adventure and not to fear failure.
Four graduating seniors also spoke at the event, reflecting on their
experiences at UD and on the impact NUCLEUS had on their academic lives.
Selected to speak were:
Class of 2014 NUCLEUS seniors
Assem Abd El Khalik, Janet Akinola, Elnaz Arabian, Tyler Azevedo,
Alex Bahary, Currine Brown, Monconjay Brown, Zara Chaudhary, Enoch
Cheung, Steven Choi, Chelsea Cimino, Cameron Cowperthwaite, Alexandra
Davis, Matthew Diamond, Neraliz Diaz, Shylah Duchicela, Omar Duran,
Jenny Fei, Morgan Frechie, Katarina Garced, Lisa George, Brielle Gerry,
Emily Gessman, Justina Girgis, Case Gregory, Logan Hayes, Shreya
Jammula, John Jannelli, DeJon Johnson, Zakkiyah Johnson, Dylan Kahler,
Christopher Kaiser, Fanta Kalle, John Kieler, Maria Kim, Rebecca Krain,
Christine Kurian, Arooj Latif;
Hannah Lightcap, Kevin Locke, Breann Luff, Michelle Luta, Saleena
Malik, Arpita Mandal, Irene Marwa, Crystal Mazarire, Courtney Mick,
Kaitlin Mitchell, Nidhi Mody, Chelsea Mondock, Arianna Morton, Kavita
Narang, Awet Negusse, Kristine Nguyen, Kaela Norman, NKosi Oates, Edna
Ofori, Akash Patel, Rohan Patel, Gabrielle Perrotti, Stefanie Pierce,
Dominic Prestipino, Md Rahman, Ayana Randolph, Alyssa Reyes, Alaina
Robey, ShakyRa Robinson, Sergio Rodriguez, Kathleen Seip, Nicole
Seymour, Tyler Sharp, Elizabeth Sobel, Ramya Sridharan, Kylee Stahlin,
Justin Tennant, Stephy Thomas, Chauncey Watson, Chanel Weekes and Ashley
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