The Cesarina Horing Awards are given to students excelling in Italian language studies as selected by their departments at several local universities. These students are often recognized for other academic distinctions.
At the Catholic University of America the Cesarina Horing Awards were presented during the Honors Convocation on Friday, May 16, which took place in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Alyssa Badolato receives The Cesarina Horing Award from CUA Pres. John Garvey. Alyssa was also inducted into Phi Alpha Theta for Outstanding Concentrators in History, and into Phi Eta Sigma for Academically Outstanding Freshmen.
Bianca Sacco-Calderone receives The Cesarina Horing Award from CUA Pres. John Garvey. Bianca was also inducted into Pi Gamma Mu, the International Honor Society in the Social Sciences, and was recognized with Honors in Classical Philosophy and Environmental Studies.
At the University of Maryland, the Cesarina Horing Awards for Excellence in Italian Studies were presented on April 22 in a brief ceremony by Prof. Stefania Amodeo to Katrina Szabo (top) and Sankara Kasanje. Katrina Szabo was also selected to be granted the Elena and Antonio De Luca Award for studies in Classics by the ICS.
ICS Italian Language Director, Francesca Casazza presents the Horing Award to graduating senior Stephanie Jasson in a ceremony at the Intercultural Center Auditorium of Georgetown University on Friday, May 16. Also receiving a Horing Award in a related ceremony was graduate student, Kevin Regan (not shown).
ILP Director Francesca Casazza (center) also presented the Horing Awards at George Washington University at a ceremony on Friday, May 16. The awardees are graduating seniors Elise Kearney and Louis Giorgi.