Honors College Students Win Scholarship
Lee Honors College students Amanda Cockroft and Katherine Dayton, both graphic and printing science majors, were awarded second place in the Rossini Scholarship competition. Their project on recycling flexographic printing plates received an award of $9,500, $2,000 of which went to the department. The students attended the FTA Forum, a flexographic printing conference last year to accept the award and were asked to present their research at this year’s forum.
HONORS COLLEGE SPONSORED EVENTS
“Are Renewables the Right Alternative? A Critique of Alternative Energy” by Dr. Brian Petersen, Environmental & Sustainability Studies
Wednesday, March 18, noon to 1 p.m., honors college lounge
Mix it Up: International Night
Thursday, March 19, 7 to 8 p.m., honors college lounge
At this week’s Mix it Up, a representative from the study abroad office is coming to present information on scholarships and applications for WMU’s study abroad program. A study abroad alumnus will discuss his experience and answer any questions as well. As always, refreshments will be served!