AURORA , NY – Wells College recently announced the Academic and Student Life Awards at the college’s annual Honors Awards Dinner ceremony.
Prizes are given out each year to students that show exceptional work, commitment, or leadership in a specific area, or those that demonstrate skill or specialization within their field.
These prizes are announced by faculty, staff and student leaders at a special dinner for the campus community.
Rose Chamberlin, class of 2013, a psychology major from Oswego earned the Ariel Lawson ’08 Memorial Prize, awarded to a student in good academic standing whose dedication to the College is expressed with the purpose of maintaining and perpetuating the Wells “Sisterhood” and who is committed toward solving larger issues of economic and social justice.
Wells College is a nationally recognized private coeducational liberal arts college located in Aurora, on the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake.
Established in 1868, Wells has remained committed to providing a quality education to students through small, interactive classes in multiple disciplines and engaging coursework relevant to life in a changing world.
Integrated hands-on learning opportunities, a connected community, and diverse educational opportunities give students the ability to take part in their own educations and prepare them to be active citizens and leaders.