Henry Barnard Distinguised Student Award
Recognizing Academic Achievement & Community Service
To be considered for a Barnard Award, a student must have at least a 3.7 GPA and a record of significant community service. The students are nominated by their respective universities and presidents.
The award is named for Henry Barnard, the first U.S. commissioner of education, and a distinguished Connecticut educator who was the state’s first superintendent of schools and principal of what later became Central Connecticut State University.
|2015||Richard Magner, Jessica Patrizi|
|2014||Erin Conn, Eric Cerino|
|2013||Laura Hilton, Suzanne Slater|
|2012||Brittney Cava, Kathryn Harner|
|2011||Michelle Kaczynski, Connor Patros|
|2010||Casey Bessette, Douglas Hackenyos|
|2009||Sara Hanrahan, Tristan Holowaty Hobbes|
|2008||Kevin Douglas, Jenna Trudeau|
|2007||Adam Lachendro, Carter Lennon|
|2006||Sandra Boscarino, Brian Whitehead|
|2005||Bruce Desmarais, Robyn Rodriguez|
|2004||Kristina Lenda, Poyan Shojaiyan|