Three Burlington County Residents Honored by Rowan University DeanApril 14, 2004
GLASSBORO? Three Rowan University students from Burlington County were honored as outstanding graduating seniors by Dr. Jay Harper, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Harper cited one student from each major in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences during a recognition tea in April.
Michelle Bradt, of Moorestown, was honored as an outstanding graduating senior in English. Bradt, graduating with a 4.0 G.P.A., was described as a student who &8482;not only is a great test taker and fine essayist, but (one who) lights up every class she takes, the engine of meaningful discourse that engages professor and class.&8482;
Rebecca M. Karol, of Moorestown, was honored as an outstanding graduating senior in history. Karol has been a member of Phi Alpha Theta history honor society and junior fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. One of Karol's papers was recently presented at the Phi Alpha Theta annual regional meeting at Kutztown University. Karol was cited as a student who has achieved remarkable academic success at Rowan University. She plans to attend graduate school, earn a Ph.D. in history and become a professor.
Danielle A. Sillman, of Burlington, was honored as an outstanding graduating senior in geography and anthropology. Owner of a cleaning business with several employees, a volunteer at women's shelters and a Sunday school teacher, Sillman is graduating with honors after accomplishing most of her education as a part-time student. Sillman was described as an outstanding student who has demonstrated excellence in all phases of geography.