37 School of Computing students graduate from University Honors Program

May 15, 2024      By Victoria Grdina

Taylor DeMaro | University Communication and Marketing
Taylor DeMaro | University Communication and Marketing

One-hundred-ninety-seven graduating seniors—including 37 School of Computing students—have completed the requirements of the University Honors Program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

To graduate from the Honors Program, students must maintain at least a 3.5 grade-point average, complete a culminating senior project or research thesis, and fulfill other curricular requirements.

“The majority of these graduates were among the first cohort to enter college during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Patrice McMahon, director of the Honors Program. “Their completion of the Honors curriculum demonstrates impressive resilience and commitment to academic excellence, and we are proud of all they have accomplished.”

Following is a list of School of Computing May Honors Program graduates:

  • William Anderson
  • Christopher Bayliss
  • Tejaswini Boinpally
  • Blake Branvold
  • Ryan Brown
  • Laurel Carder
  • Dylan Chapin
  • Jessica Chen
  • Tristan Curd
  • Shaunak Datta
  • John Delfosse
  • Karina Dudley
  • Kalim Dumas
  • Eric Dundas
  • Carly Gove
  • Samuel Ingledue
  • Lauren Kasparek
  • Lizzy Kenes
  • Benjamin Laube
  • Angeline Luther
  • Nicholas McElroy
  • Emma Mirnics
  • Trinity Mozingo
  • Shivani Mudhelli
  • Viet Ninh
  • Carl Olson
  • Ryan Orth
  • Bridget Peterkin
  • Hannah Pokharel
  • Maximilian Radlicz
  • Ethan Rasgorshek
  • Colin Safford
  • Cooper Sheets
  • Blake Simpleman
  • Prema Vasudevan
  • Connor Weyers
  • Maci Wilson