19 Students Chosen for Order of Pegasus
Nineteen UCF students have been named recipients of the 2013 Order of Pegasus, the most prestigious student award that can be attained at the university.
Chosen from 86 nominations, this year’s winners include nine LEAD Scholars, nine members of the President’s Leadership Council, five members of the Student Government Association, seven honors students, and two student-athletes.
Undergraduate students are chosen for their exemplary performance in the areas of academic achievement, outstanding university involvement, leadership, and community service. Graduate students are selected based on academic achievement, professional or community service, leadership, and publication or research experiences.
This year’s recipients are:
Andrew Albaugh, Legal Studies, College of Health and Public Affairs
Rachel Brill, Interdisciplinary Studies, Undergraduate Studies
Kaitlyn Chana, Radio-Television, College of Sciences
Raven Cokley, Psychology, College of Sciences
William Furiosi, Biomedical Sciences, College of Medicine
Eddiedelso Garcia, Public Administration, College of Health and Public Affairs
Robert Gottfried, Legal Studies, College of Health and Public Affairs
Valerie Greco, Interdisciplinary Studies, Undergraduate Studies
Ashley Jaramillo, Interpersonal-Organizational Communication, College of Sciences
Kayli Keough, Psychology, College of Sciences
Chelsey Lauzon, Elementary Education, College of Education
Heardley Murdock, Molecular Biology and Microbiology, Burnett School Biomedical Sciences, College of Medicine
Mary-Kate Murphy, Interdisciplinary Studies, Undergraduate Studies
Cortez Whatley, Legal Studies, College of Health and Public Affairs
Joseph Myszkowski, Health Sciences, College of Health and Public Affairs
Mitchell Popovetsky, Doctor of Medicine, College of Medicine
Jacqueline Rodriguez, Exceptional Education, College of Education
Sean Smith, Masters in Business Administration, College of Business Administration
Calvin Stewart, Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering and Computer Science