College of Arts & Letters Graduates Earn 4.0 GPA Board of Trustees Awards

Ten College of Arts & Letters students are graduating this May with perfect 4.0 GPAs and received Board of Trustees’ Awards for having achieved the highest scholastic average one can receive at the end of their undergraduate careers at Michigan State University. They are among the 179 MSU students recognized this spring by the MSU Board of Trustees for having reached this lofty academic achievement.

During its April 22 meeting, the MSU Board of Trustees presented a record-breaking number of graduating seniors with the Board of Trustees’ Award. All Board of Trustees Award recipients will be recognized during their college commencement ceremonies and at an in-person reception in their honor. They also will each receive a certificate of recognition and $1,000 from the university for their accomplishment.

The following are the Spring 2022 College of Arts & Letters graduates who have received this year’s Board of Trustees Awards:

Alyssa A. DeTorrice, Supply Chain Management, Eli Broad College of Business, and Art History and Visual Culture, College of Arts & Letters. A member of the Honors College, DeTorrice is from Wylie, Texas, and attended Lovejoy High School.

Maddy K. Eischer, Apparel and Textile Design, College of Arts & Letters, and Genomics and Molecular Genetics, College of Natural Science. A member of the Honors College, Eischer is from Brighton, Michigan, and attended Keller High School.

Stephanie J. Garcia, Humanities-Prelaw, College of Arts & Letters, and a member of the Honors College. Garcia is from West Bloomfield, Michigan, and attended West Bloomfield High School.

Fiona G. Graham, English, College of Arts & Letters. Graham is from Bremerton, Washington, and attended Olympic High School.

Lacie E. Kunselman, Professional and Public Writing, College of Arts & Letters, and Public Relations, College of Communication Arts and Sciences. A member of the Honors College, Kunselman is from Gary, Georgia, and attended Mount De Sales Academy.

Julia R. Lutz, Linguistics, College of Arts & Letters. Lutz is from Northville, Michigan, and attended Northville High School.

Sydney J. Schneider, Theatre, College of Arts & Letters, and a member of the Honors College. Schneider is from Portland, Michigan, and attended Portland High School.

Brittnay A. Stahl, Experience Architecture, College of Arts & Letters. Stahl is from Brighton, Michigan, and attended Brighton High School.

Emma E. Stoolmaker, Art Education, College of Arts & Letters, and a member of the Honors College. Stoolmaker is from East Lansing, Michigan, and attended Dallastown Area High School.

Isabella S. Taylor, Philosophy, College of Arts & Letters. Taylor is from Farmington Hills, Michigan, and attended Harrison High School.