Department of Anthropology

Sana Saboowala Named Dean's Distinguished Graduate

Tue, April 17, 2018
Sana Saboowala Named Dean's Distinguished Graduate
Sana Saboowala '18

Undergraduate Anthropology student Sana Saboowala was named one of the College of Liberal Arts Dean's Distinguished Graduates for 2018.

Sana Saboowala will graduate with a BA in Anthropology and a BSA in Biology with minors in French, Art History, and the self-created field “Bioarchaeology in Museums.” As an undergraduate, she completed two honors theses; participated in the Bolnick Lab, the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program, and the Polymathic Scholars Honors Program; and worked as the government documents assistant at the PCL.

The Dean's Distinguished Graduates Program was founded in 1980. Each year, twelve Liberal Arts graduates are selected on the basis of high achievements in scholarship, leadership, and service to the College. Students are nominated by their department. A selection committee composed of College faculty and staff review and rank the nominees, and from this list Dean Randy Diehl selects the twelve recipients.

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