AMHERST, Mass. (WWLP) – The University of Massachusetts Amherst will honor ten of its most talented and accomplished graduating seniors during the Undergraduate Commencement on Friday, May 13 at McGuirk Alumni Stadium beginning at 4:30 p.m.

According to the news release sent to 22News by UMass, the students that will be honored are:

  • Jasmine Bogle – Biomedical Engineering.
  • Elodie Carel – Psychology and a Bachelor’s Degree with Individual Concentration in Disability Studies.
  • Julia Stone Fox – Political Science and Environmental Science.
  • Zachary James Glanz – Middle Eastern Studies with a secondary major in Chinese Language and Literature.
  • Jacqueline Victoria Grundfast – Bachelor’s Degree with Individual Concentration in Biomedical Ethics and Policy, and a degree in Psychology.
  • Alanna Joachim – Civil Engineering and a minor in Engineering Management.
  • Sarah Kaunfer – Microbiology.
  • Kanon Kobata – Food Science with a second Bachelor’s Degree in Individual Concentration in Sustainable Food Business.
  • Adam Maciej Lechowicz – Computer Science, Political Science.
  • Ogbonnaya Okereke – Public Health.

Two graduating seniors will be recognized during the commencement ceremony for their leadership and executive ability as Jack Welch Scholars. They are Zachary Evan Carter who graduates with a major in operations and information management, and Raveena Dookhan, who graduates with a degree in biomedical engineering and minors in engineering management and math.