Many of our Natural Sciences students were honored in the first-ever Virtual Senior Awards Ceremony this morning. Biology major and Senior Marshal Julia Furnari won the Raymunde McKay Award, one of the top five prizes for graduating seniors at Marymount Manhattan College. The Gold Key in Biology (B.A.) went to Hope Kenmore, and Marjan Khan took home the Gold Key in Biology (B.S.). The Gold Key in Environmental Studies went to Madison Weisend (to display on her mantel beside her Gold Key in Politics and Human Rights). The College also honored Hannah DeFranzo, Paige Cowen, Roberta Frossard, and Madison Hart with Certificates in their Minors (Biology, Environmental Studies, Neuroscience, and Urban & Environmental Sustainability, respectively). In addition, Julia Furnari, Marjan Khan, and Brandon Tran were awarded Honors in the Major for their senior Honors Theses. Finally, Julia Furnari, Marjan Khan, and Madison Weisend received Silver M awards. Congratulations, seniors! We are very proud of you all.
Students from every program in the Department of Natural Sciences were recognized during the Virtual Senior Awards Ceremony on May 17, 2020.