St. Edward's University announces 2003–2004 Presidential Award recipients
The university's prestigious Presidential Awards are given to six to 12 qualified outstanding seniors and graduate students who exemplify qualities of leadership and academic performance, including the students' contributions and service to the university and other communities.
Faculty, staff and students nominate undergraduate and graduate students, who must complete essays, provide information on activities and honors, and submit letters of recommendation. Award recipients are named annually in May.
Founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross, St. Edward's University has been named as one of America's Best Colleges for 2004 by U.S. News & World Report. St. Edward's is a private Catholic, liberal arts university of approximately 4,450 students located in Austin, Texas.
St. Edward's University 2003-2004 Presidential Award Recipients
Danielle Baker, biology (undergraduate), George R. Clark High School
Sophia Lafontant, social work (undergraduate), Loyola College Preparatory
Elizabeth Morin Duron, organizational communication (undergraduate)
Paul Hagey, liberal arts (graduate), LBJ High School
Allison McKissack, education (graduate), Episcopal High School
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Anita Ramos, biochemistry (undergraduate), Eagle Pass High School
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Bianca Aguilar, international relations (undergraduate), Loretto Academy High School
Laura Prendergast, sociology (undergraduate), Tivy High School
Amy Bush, women's studies (graduate), Lumberton High School
Luz Hinojosa, English writing/political science (undergraduate), Mission High School
Kay Arnold, interdisciplinary studies (undergraduate)
Rachel Tydlacka, English writing and rhetoric (undergraduate), Wharton High School