Future Dentist Genevieve Warmann Receives UMES’ Highest Student Achievement Honor
[mpoverlay]A biology student hoping to combine an interest in biomedical research and a desire to become a dentist is the 2012 winner of the Richard Bernstein Achievement Award at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.
Senior Genevieve Warmann of Baltimore learned Thursday she won the $5,000 cash prize during UMES’ 59th annual honors convocation ceremony at the Ella Fitzgerald Center for the Performing Arts.
An honors program student with a near-perfect 3.96 grade point average, Warmann has been a dean’s list fixture since enrolling in 2008 and will begin post-graduate research this fall as an intern at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Medicine.
“I never imagined I would have this opportunity and to meet such wonderful mentors, professors and friends,” Warmann said. “I feel very blessed to be given such an award.”
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