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Matthew Binsted was among four students recognized for achieving the Class of 2011's highest grade point averages.
4:48 p.m., May 28, 2011--Four graduating University of Delaware
seniors have been recognized for achieving the highest grade point index
earned in full-time study toward a University degree. Delaware Gov.
Jack Markell made the presentation at the May 29 Commencement ceremonies
in Delaware Stadium.
To be eligible, a graduating senior must have earned at least 75
percent of the total credits required for the degree at the University
of Delaware and must have averaged a minimum of 15 credits per semester.
The 2011 recipients recognized for completing their studies with 4.0 cumulative grade point indexes were
Photo by Evan Krape
Originally published by UDaily.
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