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Hanne Driscoll Wins Scholarship at MidEast Honors Association Conference

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By: London Bishop

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Hanne Driscoll Wins Scholarship at MidEast Honors Association Conference

Hanne Driscoll, an Honors student and junior double-majoring in Psychology and Fine Arts, received the James S. Ruebel Memorial $1,000 Scholarship at the 2019 MidEast Honors Association (MEHA) Conference. Hanne completed a successful weekend at the conference, after giving a presentation titled, “Lasting Art, Permanent Gender Concepts,” which was “polished and enthusiastically received,” according to Pete Robinson, Ph.D., professor of history, and director of the Mount’s Honors Program.

The Mid East Honors Association (MEHA) held its annual conference at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana this year, attracting more than 250 Honors students from 35 institutions across Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and West Virginia. Hanne is the first student from Mount St. Joseph University to receive this award.