Lauren Vallee ’18, a forensic science major from Bristol, Connecticut, was announced as the recipient of the Eagle Award during our 121st Commencement.
“I was so honored to have been the recipient of this award. I owe it all to the wonderful support system of faculty and staff that I had the pleasure to interact and grow with over the past four years,” Vallee said. “I'd like to thank my family and friends for supporting me and all that I've tackled throughout college, and I can't wait to see what the future has in store.”
Sponsored by Rev. Dr. Enzo V. and Mrs. Mary Lou DiGiacomo, the Eagle Award is presented to a traditional undergraduate student who has had a significant impact on the Bay Path community by exhibiting an overall positive attitude and demonstrating leadership in campus activities and athletics.
As a student, Vallee maintained a GPA of 3.95, consistently achieving Dean’s List recognition. She served as a peer mentor and tutor in subjects including organic chemistry; genetics; and cell and molecular
Beyond academic excellence, Vallee was a two-sport athlete who participated in volleyball and
In the fall, Vallee will begin a forensic science master’s degree program at the University of New Haven (Connecticut).