Two Biophysics students were recommended to the LSA Honors Program and graduated with high and highest honors. 

Daniel Evans, worked in the lab of Charlie Brooks alongside Troy Wymore and received the distinction of "Highest Honors." Victoria Rai received the designation of "High Honors," and was in the Walter lab. Rai worked with research fellow Julia Widom. 

Congratulations to both these graduates! The Biophysics department is extremely impressed with the academic and research performance of these two as well as everything else they have done during their time at UofM. They are both well deserving of this great honor! 

Established nearly 60 years ago, the LSA Honors Program carries a proud tradition of experiential learning based on one's major and interests. Approximately 500 students enroll each year, going on to graduate from all areas of LSA — from Comparative Literature to Physics, from Chemistry to Romance Languages. Honors students seek a comprehensive, challenging approach to their particular field of study, which culminates their senior year with a thesis. By participating in Honors, they are welcomed into an exciting, diverse campus community. Read more.