The Office of Student Affairs presented the annual class of Northeastern University’s “100 Most Influential Seniors.” Student who have been selected to this esteemed list exhibit the following qualities: Personal Commitment to enhancing student life; Self-Motivation to make the Northeastern experience the best it can be; Ability to influence peers and campus as a whole in a positive manner; Overall academic success; Effective time-management skills that allow the student to balance academics with extracurricular involvement; Excellent interpersonal skills and proven ability to collaborate with fellow students, faculty, and/or administrators on issues of interest.
Faculty, administrators, staff, coaches, and students nominated students over the course of the semester, and the following Earth and Environmental Science students were included in this list and determined to be the “most influential” of this year’s senior class:
Alyssa Pandolfi (Environmental Science)
Dale Till (Environmental Science & International Affairs)
Warren Hagist (Environmental Studies/International Affairs)
Gwen Kidera (Environmental Studies/International Affairs)
Anastasia Zankowsky (Environmental Studies/International Affairs)