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Spring 2018 College of Sciences Outstanding Graduate

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Jaden Danos is the Spring 2018 Outstanding Graduate for the Ray P. Authement College of Sciences.

He is a biology major and has a 4.0 GPA. Danos was among the College of Sciences' top 50 scholars in his junior year and ranked in the top 10 as a sophomore. He is a member of the University Honors Program; the Pre-Professional Society; the UL Lafayette National Society of Leadership and Success; Phi Kappa Phi honor society; and Sigma Alpha Lambda, a national leadership and honors organization. Danos traveled to Florence, Italy, as part of the Study Abroad Program. He provided after-school care to children affiliated with Mother Teresa Missionaries of Charity and volunteered with the organization's summer camp. Danos will attend LSU's School of Dentistry after graduation.

He is the son of Stacey and Emmett Danos of Breaux Bridge, Louisiana.

Photo caption: The UL Lafayette Alumni Association recognized Outstanding Graduate and Outstanding Master's Graduate award honorees during ceremonies Monday, 7 May 2018, at the Alumni Center. Top row, from left, are Alumni Association President Kyle Bacon, Jordan Richardson, Jennifer van Alstyne, Jesse DelGizzi, Healy Carden, Jaden Danos, Elizabeth Larmann and University President Dr. Joseph Savoie. Bottom row, from left, are Matthew Furka, Samuel Riehl, Anne LeBlanc, Mallory Landry, Elizabeth Ruehl and Mary McMahon. (Photo credit: Erica Falgout / UL Lafayette Alumni Association)