Awards Made For Academic Excellence

At the end of each semester, DIS gives out very important awards in each program in recognition of students who have distinguished her- or himself by outstanding academic performance, diligence and commitment.

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December 11, 2012

Among the winners so far is American political science student, Megan Huber, who was selected as the European Politics Program Distinguished Student for the Fall 2012 semester. Her instructor, Jakob Buksti, described her as "highly diligent, exemplary in her performance on assignments and during the study tour, and committed to the success of the program, as demonstrated by her service as a class representative".

Scott Carpenter, a visiting faculty from Carleton College, was similarly full of praise about European Humanities winner, Daniele Arad-Neeman: “Every now and then you get a student who is like yeast: her presence elevates the whole class. That's what Daniele Arad-Neeman did in the France section of Memory and Identity. Always engaged, never pretentious, Daniele participated in discussions, helped lead group work, set the tone during our study tours, and performed at the highest level in her exams and final paper.”

The winners announced so far for Fall 2012 together with their DIS program and home school are as follows:

Denmark: DIS - Danish Institute for Study Abroad. Vestergade 5-7, 1456 Copenhagen. Phone: (+45) 3311 0144, Fax: (+45) 3393 2624
USA: DIS - North American Office, University of Minnesota. 2233 University Avenue W, Suite 201, St. Paul, MN 55114. Phone: (800) 247-3477, Non-US: (612) 627-0140 Fax: (612) 627-0141
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