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Two students recognized for special academic achievement

Robert Fischer, vice chairman of UD’s Board of Trustees, recognizes exceptional achievements of seniors Stefanie Perri (left) and of Kate Stark, who was unable to attend the ceremony.

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4:43 p.m., May 29, 2004--Two students in UD’s Class of 2004 were recognized for achieving the highest cumulative grade index—4.0—in full-time study for a baccalaureate degree at the University during Commencement May 29.

Recognized at the ceremony by Robert Fischer, vice chairman of UD’s Board of Trustees, were Kate Stark and Stefanie Perri.

Stark, the daughter of Cruce Stark and Nancy Wingate of Wilmington, is receiving an honors bachelor’s degree in foreign languages and literatures, with a concentration in French and a minor in classics. She will continue studies in foreign languages and literatures this fall as a graduate student at UD.

Perri, the daughter of Paul and Peggy Perri of Haverford, Pa., is receiving a bachelor’s degree in management, and she is currently choosing from several professional positions.

Photo by Kathy Atkinson

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