Department of History and Political Science awards announced at MC – Daily Leader

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The Department of History and Political Science at Mississippi College has announced the recipients for the 2021-22 academic year.

• Lexie Daigle (Martha Hudson Award for Social Studies Teacher Education): This award is given each spring to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and potential in the field of social studies education. social studies.

• Sam Hughes (Outstanding Senior in Political Science): This award is presented each spring to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and potential in the field of political science.

• Michaela Cooper, of Brookhaven (Top Pre-Law Senior): This award is given each spring to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding and promising academic performance in pre-law studies

• Ean Pincus (Outstanding Senior in Paralegal Studies): This award is presented each spring to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and promise in the field of paralegal studies.

• Sapreet Singh (Outstanding Elder in the Administration of Justice): This award is given each spring to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic performance and promise in the field of administration of justice

• Matt Drew (Edward L. McMillan Award for Excellence in History; PI Lipsey, Jr. Award): The McMillan Award is presented each spring to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in the discipline of story. The Lipsey Prize is awarded each spring to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic performance in courses related to European and/or ancient history.

• Hannah Creel (Outstanding Senior in Pre-Law): This award is given each spring to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and promise in pre-law studies.

• Carson Hughes (Phi Alpha Theta Award): This award is given to a first-year student who has demonstrated excellence in history lessons.

• Michaela Cooper of Brookhaven

• Sapreet Singh of Brookhaven

• McComb’s Hannah Creel

Mississippi College, affiliated with the Mississippi Baptist Convention, is a private, co-educational Christian liberal arts and sciences university with more than 4,100 students from approximately 35 states and more than three dozen countries. Founded in 1826, MC is Mississippi’s oldest institution of higher learning, one of the largest private universities in the state, and the second oldest Baptist college in America. MC offers 84 undergraduate fields of study, 45 graduate programs, more than 10 certificate programs, two Doctorates of Education, a Doctor of Jurisprudence, and a Doctor of Career Counseling. MC seeks to be a university recognized for its academic excellence and its commitment to the cause of Christ.

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