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Seven students admitted into the Global Citizen Honors Program at Olivet College
Dec 02, 2005

OLIVET, Mich. Seven students have been admitted into the Global Citizen Honors Program (GCHP) at Olivet College. The program is designed to meet the needs of motivated, highly talented students by offering enriched and demanding curricular and co-curricular experiences.

The following students were accepted into the program: Annie Bahling, a freshman from Lachine; Breanna Bath-Simonsen, a sophomore from Onondaga; Brian Jaffee, a sophomore from Bowling Green, Ohio; Jennifer Lambarth, a sophomore from Saline; Courtney Mich, a sophomore from Bay City; Lindsay Pipkin, a freshman from White Lake; and Rachel Tunison, a sophomore from Erie.

Students were selected based on their academic record and a written essay discussing their interest and proposed involvement in the program, according to GCHP director Matt Wait.

The selected students will investigate global, interdisciplinary issues using critical analysis, independent thinking and creative problem solving. The GCHP has three distinct academic experiences: honors class, honors option courses and an honors project, along with co-curricular opportunities to provide a comprehensive experience. Olivet College received a $100,000 grant from the McGregor Fund to implement the program.


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