The Frances B. Huston Medallion is presented to just 20 graduating EWU students each year. This prestigious student award recognizes graduating seniors for excellence in academics, leadership and service while at Eastern.
Recipients of the Frances B. Huston Medallion Award will have established themselves as exceptionally capable individuals in both academic and extracurricular activities. The faculty and administration of Eastern Washington University acknowledge their great pride in the accomplishments of these students during their college experience and expect even greater accomplishments in the years that lie ahead.
Recipients were honored at a campus reception and will be highlighted in the 2023 commencement book.
Below is a list of the 2023 winners, along with information about their major/minor:
- Madesyn T. Derrick – Lacey, WA., Health Services Administration
- Madeline Mae McKinney – Mead, WA., Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Isaias M. Garcia – Yakima, WA., Health Sciences; Spanish (minor)
- Morgan Davis – Hauser, ID., Exercise Science, Pre-OT
- Pamela Jane Kim Ordoña de Colebi – Seattle, WA., Psychology and Applied Developmental Psychology
- Haley Marsh – Cheney, WA., Elementary Education; Early Childhood Education (minor)
- Yicel De La Cruz – Tri-Cities, WA., Visual Communication Design; User Experience Certificate
- Arcelia Madrigal-Hill – Sunnyside, WA., Psychology; Special Education (minor); Social Emotional Learning for Education Equity (certificate)
- Jalyn Osgood – N/A
- M. Elizabeth Dyess – N/A
- Andrew Flaig – Spokane, WA., Biology; Biochemistry (minor)
- Marina Conner – Westport, WA., Psychology; Criminal Justice (minor)
- Amy L. Washington – N/A
- Iris Pullen-Villareal – La Push (Forks) Wash., Social Work; Sociology, Psychology, American Indian Studies (minors)
- Kimberlee Jean Tallman – Spokane Valley, WA., Social Studies Secondary Education; Geography (minor)
- Renata Lopez Morales – Jaliscco, Mexico. International Business and Marketing; Economics, Sports Management (minors)
- Guadalupe Sevilla – N/A
- Kaleb McCalden – Chehalis, WA., Philosophy and Political Science; Psychology (minor)
- Megan Beine – Spokane, WA., Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies; Sociology (double major)
- Conner Kautzman – Mead, WA., Economics; Business Administration (minor)