Students recognized during April 10 Honors Forum

Undergraduate students were honored in conjunction with UNL's All-University Honors Convocation April 10 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts. The awards presentation included 26 seniors who were named Chancellor's Scholars, the university's highest undergraduate academic honor.

Students are recognized at Honors Convocation for their cumulative academic achievements. Honorees included:

Chancellor's Scholars, students who graduated in December or who will receive their degrees in May or August and have maintained 4.0 grade-point averages on all collegiate work at UNL and elsewhere;

Superior Scholars, seniors graduating in the 2010-11 academic year who have been recognized at Honors Convocation each year of their enrollment;

High Scholars, students other than Chancellor's Scholars and Superior Scholars who are in the top 10 percent of their class.

Following is a list of Chancellor's Scholars. Information includes academic major(s) and college. If a student graduated in December, his or her degree is also listed.

Ashley April Anderson, Education and Human Sciences, English education

Zachary Matthew Badura, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, animal science/pre-veterinary

Kaitlyn Bauer, Business Administration, marketing

Karise Marie Carrillo, Arts and Sciences, psychology

Stephanie Lee Davidson, Education and Human Sciences, speech-language pathology and audiology

Kristen N. Dinneen, Arts and Sciences, psychology

Danielle Marie Dixon, Fine and Performing Arts, music

Quentin Merle Dudley, Engineering, biological systems engineering

Virginia Catherine Horrell, Arts and Sciences, political science and English

Elizabeth Maurice James, Education and Human Sciences, elementary education

Reed Jerry Janousek, Business Administration, finance, B.S. in business administration with highest distinction

Ashton Marie Lampe, Education and Human Sciences, audiology

Joshua Daniel Lee, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences

Kimberly Ann Mitchell, Business Administration, international business, B.S. in business administration with highest distinction

Jamie Sue Myers, Arts and Sciences, sociology

Laura Nanka Purcell, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, biochemistry

Katie Marie Nunnenkamp, Business Administration and Education and Human Sciences, business administration and secondary business education

Jennifer Marie Reed, Education and Human Sciences, elementary education, B.S. in education and human sciences with highest distinction

Thomas Lee Schroeder, Business Administration, actuarial science

Kristen Kay Seda, Business Administration, accounting

Jessica Renee Simpson, Journalism and Mass Communications, advertising and public relations

Emily Ruth Sirotkin, Education and Human Sciences, Spanish education and English as a second language

Corey Dean Stone, Arts and Sciences, mathematics and economics

Sarah Marie Synovec, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences

Emily A. Tunink, Arts and Sciences, political science

Nicholas James Wohlgemuth, Arts and Sciences, biochemistry

- Tom Simons, University Communications