Boujaoude wins CLASS Dean's Award of Merit
EKU Sociology is proud to announce that our student, Mary Boujaoude, is the winner of the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Science's prestigious Dean's Award of Merit for 2021.
The Dean’s Award of Merit is presented each spring to one outstanding senior in the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences (CLASS). Candidates are judged for their academic and civic accomplishments. Departments in CLASS may send up only one candidate to represent their program.
Mary is a sociology major with minors in psychology and social welfare and a sociology certification in social analytics and demographics. After graduation, Mary will be starting graduate school in the University of Kentucky's Master of Public Health program. There, she will be pursuing a concentration in health systems and policy analytics. She plans to continue pursuing a PhD in disability studies at the University of Illinois-Chicago.
Mary has previously served in the sociology program as a social statistics tutor. She presently serves as a student research associate for the Division of Regional Economic Assessment and Modeling at EKU, where she has worked on grant-supported economic impact studies in California and Wyoming.
Mary will be honored at the EKU Scholar’s Assembly on April 9th.
Published on March 16, 2021