2020 Gathright Outstanding Juniors Announced

Congratulations to our University Honors Program students among those being recognized–Brady Allen, Kalista Jordan-DeBruin, and Chloe Todd–and to all of these outstanding students!

Thanks to The Association of Former Students for helping to make this recognition possible!

Phi Kappa Phi at Texas A&M University

The Gathright Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Junior Award is a collaboration between The Association of Former Students, LAUNCH: Academic Excellence, and the Texas A&M chapter of Phi Kappa Phi that recognizes the top junior in each of the academic colleges at Texas A&M University.

Selection for the Phi Kappa Phi Gathright Outstanding Junior Award is based on an evaluation of research and/or creative production, community engagement, accomplishments/awards, and academic record, with the final selection criteria determined by the dean of each respective college.

The Texas A&M chapter of Phi Kappa Phi is pleased to announce the 2020 Gathright Outstanding Juniors! In alphabetical order by college, they are:

Name                                                    College
Kaydee Free                                       College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Kathryn Moore                                 College of Architecture
Sarah Roberts                                   Mays Business School
Katie Smith                                        College of Dentistry
Monica Nguyen                                College of Education and Human Development
Brady Allen                                        College…

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