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Kaitlin Bullard of Mountain Home, a recent Physics graduate from the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas, was selected to be part of the U of A’s latest class of top graduating seniors by the Arkansas Alumni Association.
Bullard is part of the 2023 class of 71 “Seniors of Significance” from across the U of A, 29 of whom are Bullard’s peers in Fulbright College.
“Congratulations to Kaitlin on this achievement. Kaitlin is among the very best of Fulbright College and embodies, in so many ways, our mission of peace through education,” said Kathryn Sloan, interim dean of Fulbright College.
“Kaitlin has been a leader in the classroom, in Fulbright College and for our entire U of A campus community,” Sloan added. “As a new graduate, Kaitlin demonstrates the immeasurable value of a Fulbright College degree and of higher education. We’re so grateful to have Kaitlin as part of the Fulbright College alumni family.”
The “Seniors of Significance” recognition is part of the Arkansas Alumni Association’s Senior Awards Program, which honors students’ excellence in leadership, academics, and co-curricular activities.
More information about the significant history and legacy of the Senior Awards Program is available at arkansasalumni.org.