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Posted On: 16 April 2013 12:56 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:12 pm

105 Students receive Dean’s Honours at Georgetown University Qatar

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DOHA,April,16:A total of 105 students were announced as Dean’s Honours recipients at Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar’s (SFS-Q) annual Dean’s Honours Dinner. Hosted recently by SFS-Q Dean Gerd Nonneman and held at the Georgetown building in Education City, this event is a Georgetown tradition that celebrates the hard work of dedicated students who have excelled in their studies. This year’s Dean’s Honours List indicates outstanding academic performance by students for the spring 2012 and fall 2012 terms. First Honours signifies the highest level of achievement and requires a grade point average of 3.9 or above; Second Honours is awarded for great achievement, with a GPA of 3.7 or above; and the Dean’s List is for students who have obtained an honourable standing of 3.5 or above. Seniors receiving First Honours are Al Jawhara H Al Thani, Malik A Habayeb, Kham N Nang, Emilio Ocampo Eibenschutz and Eilin L Francis. Students with Second Honours are Ghada K Al Subaey, Haya A Al Thani, Islam K Hassan, Fatima M Ramadan Sanz, Lubna Sharab, Sultan, Aisha J and Farah A Al Qwasmi. Others on the Dean’s List are Eman J Al Asfoor, Noora E Al Mannai, Noora N Al Thani, Intidhar Amri, Yang Un Cha, Ysa Chandna, Aya Elwadia, Aminah A Kandar, Grace E Moore, Zarqa K Parvez, Sahan Sahsuvaroglu and Dimitrios Sardellis. At the dinner, Dean Nonneman spoke to the students and said: “The value of bringing students together who have earned these accolades over two semesters is to recognise that such an accomplishment is extremely hard work when considering the incredibly challenging curriculum that the university is known for. All of you who have earned these awards really deserve it. You’ve done a great job.” Source:Qatar Chronicle