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Northeastern Celebrates Community’s Highest Achievements

Human Services students honored at academic honors convocation.

One of our very own Human Services student Katie Elliot has been awarded the Harold D. Hodgkin Award, one of the highest honors given to graduating seniors. Check out the article below written by Jason Kornwitz.

Northeastern University celebrated the highest achievements of students, faculty, staff, and alumni at the seventh annual Academic Honors Convocation on Thursday afternoon in East Village.

The event honored a select few who channeled their extraordinary talents into transformative research and scholarship, exceptional teaching and mentoring, and innovation in higher education.

“What we are celebrating today is the excellence of this place, the innovation of this place, the creativity of this place, and the boundless energy of this place,” Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun said. “I am confident that Northeastern will generate for years to come and centuries to come the leaders of this nation and the world.”

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