Kathryn Llewellyn, a Communication and Sociology undergraduate major, is one of the recipients of the Dean’s Scholars award from the School of Arts and Sciences. Ms. Llewellyn was nominated by Annenberg’s Carolyn Marvin, Ph.D., the Frances Yates Professor of Communication. Each spring the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences recognizes nine College students for their outstanding academic achievements. Dean's Scholars are nominated by the faculty from a pool of students with grade point averages of 3.70 or higher. They are recognized at the Dean's Forum in the spring. Kathryn is a junior who has impressed faculty members in communication and sociology with her willingness to grapple with unfamiliar issues in a serious way. Describing her writing as "sophisticated and mature," mentors in both of her majors noted her "careful, painstaking research" and her "insightful, conscientious and thorough analytic efforts." More information on the award is available at the Arts and Sciences link.
Undergraduate Kathryn Llewellyn Named to Dean's Scholars list