Five engineering students honored as Franco's List selections
Five Nebraska engineering students were among the 30 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students who were named to Franco's List and recognized as outstanding agents of character and integrity.
Students who attain the highest level of academic achievement are recognized by their academic dean through the Dean's List. Similarly, Franco's List — named for the late Juan Franco, vice chancellor for student affairs from 2006-17 — recognizes students at Nebraska who demonstrate characteristics essential to being a person of integrity.
Recipients were announced at an awards ceremony April 19. The Nebraska engineering students chosen to Franco's List are:
Victoria Burbridge, a sophomore in civil engineering from Sacramento, California.
Hallie Hohbein, a sophomore in software engineering from Lincoln, Nebraska.
Lindsey Jarema, a junior in chemical engineering from Erie, Pennsylvania.
Bo Kitrell, a senior in civil engineering from Ashland, Nebraska.
Ivy Williams, a junior in mechanical engineering from Omaha, Nebraska.
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