2013-08-09 / Schools
CLU students honored
California Lutheran University has honored several top students for their academic achievements.
Katelen Eich of Moorpark received the $500 O. Fritiof Ander History Award as the most outstanding graduating history major.
New members of the Scholastic Honor Society, the highest academic honor at CLU, were announced.
The new local members are: Shannon Cordes, a psychology major from Simi Valley; Austin Garcia, a biology major from Camarillo; Maxine Nelson, a bioengineering and multimedia major from Simi Valley; Judith Newlin, an English major from Thousand Oaks; Antonella Puglisi, a liberal studies major from Thousand Oaks; Brittany Thompson, a liberal studies major from Oak Park; and Robert Triol, a history major from Camarillo.
Upper division students qualify for the society by maintaining a grade point average of at least 3.9 on a 4.0 scale. No more than 5 percent of the students from each graduating class are invited to participate.