With years of travel experience under her belt, Kendall Winer is ready to pursue a career in international luxury travel after graduation. She’ll launch into those plans with the distinction of being CMCI’s William W. White Outstanding Graduate.
Fourth-year student Grace Channell considers herself a lifelong learner. As a student, she dove into a major in communication, double minors and multiple leadership roles in student groups. This month, Channell will graduate with her degree, lessons learned from her undergraduate experience and the honor of being named the Department of Communication’s William W. White Outstanding Senior.
For fourth-year student Genevieve Duffy, pursuing a degree in media studies shaped the way she views art, gave her insight into the world of social media and encouraged her to think more deeply about the world. This month, Duffy will graduate with her degree and the honor of being the 2022 Department of Media Studies William W. White Outstanding Senior.
During his time in CMCI, fourth-year student Max Gannett has been a student ambassador, a peer career advisor and student government president. Now, he is graduating as the Department of Information Science's William W. White Outstanding Senior, and he will continue his studies this fall in the Information Science Bachelor's-Accelerated Master's Degree program.
Fourth-year student Shawn Mitchell was planning to study physics until a gap year changed the course of his collegiate experience. This month, Mitchell is ready to graduate and pursue his passion for immersive media with the distinction of being the Department of Critical Media Practice’s William W. White Outstanding Senior.
Co-founder and former editor-in-chief of The Bold, Hannah Prince will graduate this month as the 2022 Department of Journalism’s William W. White Outstanding Senior. She’ll apply her journalism training in her next adventure as an intern for ABC News.
Ashley Schoenbauer, an award-winning media design student, will graduate this month with a degree in strategic communication and the distinction of being the Department of Advertising, Public Relations and Media Design’s William W. White Outstanding Senior. She hopes her future in advertising allows her to put people over profit.
With a dual-degree in communication and sociology, Zoe Fleming is adept at analyzing and explaining why complex issues exist, in an effort to solve them. Fleming is CMCI's December 2021 William W. White Outstanding Graduate, awarded to the student with the highest GPA in the college.