CAMERON AZIMI

Cameron Azimi, son of Amir and Kris Azimi of Lincoln, is a global studies and political science major. He is a current member of the University Conduct Board, the founder and current president of Sigma Iota Rho Global Studies Honors Society, and a current member and former vice president for UNL Model United Nations. He has previously served as a senator of Neihardt for the Residence Hall Association, an English language teacher for Catholic Social Services. Cameron is a Regents Scholar, a member of the University Honors Program, and a member of the Dean’s List.

ANNA BARENT

Anna Barent, daughter of Rick and Betsy Barent of Lincoln, is a biological sciences major with minors in biochemistry, psychology, and gerontology. She serves as an executive member of The Big Event, a leadership mentor and FDP representative for NHRI Leadership Mentoring, a teaching assistant and undergraduate research assistant for the genetics department, and an emergency department volunteer at Bryan Health. Anna is a Regents Scholar and a member of the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s List.

KYLIE BECKER

Kylie Becker, daughter of Tyler and Cathy Becker of Osage Beach, MO, is an actuarial science major with minors in computer science and mathematics. She is a student in the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management, the treasurer of Chi Omega, the executive secretary of the UNL Newman Center Student Advisory Board, the current treasurer and former vice president of the UNL College Diabetes Network, and a mentor for FIRST Robotics teams in both Lincoln and Camdenton, MO. She is the recipient of the Chancellor’s Scholarship and a member of both the College of Business Dean’s List and the Order of Omega Greek Honor Society.

LUKE BOGUS

Luke Bogus, son of Rick and Dawn Bogus of Columbus and Mary Sowers of Denton, is a marketing and management major with a minor in computer science. He is a student in the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management, the cymbal rank leader for the Cornhusker Marching Band Drumline, the marketing committee chair for UNL Relay For Life, and a member of the College of Business Student Advisory Board. He has previously served as the external vice president of Pi Kappa Alpha and a tech fee committee member for ASUN Student Government. Luke is a Forbes Under 30 Scholar, a recipient of the Nebraska Business Hall of Fame Scholarship, and a previous recipient of the Drvol Family Scholarship.

SYDNEY BREWER

Sydney Brewer, daughter of Mark and Becky Brewer of Falls City, is a fisheries and wildlife major with a minor in environmental studies. She serves as an executive vice president of Panhellenic Council, an executive member of The Big Event, the philanthropy chair for Phi Mu, a leadership mentor for NHRI Leadership Mentoring, a staff member for Dance Marathon, and an ambassador for the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Sydney is a member of the Dean’s List and the Delta Gamma Sigma Honor Society.

GRACE BROWN

Grace Brown, daughter of Greg and Kristen Brown of Iowa City, IA, is a child, youth and family studies major with minors in education, coaching and Spanish. She serves as the captain of the UNL Women’s Soccer Team and a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She is a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, a two-time member of the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team, and a recurring Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

ELIZABETH BYRNES

Elizabeth Byrnes, daughter of Robert and Mary Byrnes of Omaha, is a sociology and communications studies major with minors in business and humanities in medicine. She serves as an executive vice president for Panhellenic Council, an undergraduate research assistant for the Minority Health Disparities Initiative, and a mentor for the DREAMBIG Academy. Elizabeth is a recipient of the Alice Frost Howard Memorial Scholarship and was named an Outstanding Sociology Undergraduate and an Outstanding Communications Studies Undergraduate.

EMMA CLAUSEN

Emma Clausen, daughter of Matthew and Anna Clausen of Omaha, is a computer science major with minors in business and mathematics. She is a student in the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management, the Green Fund committee head for ASUN Student Government, a member of the Chancellor’s Environment, Sustainability and Resilience Commission, the career and personal development chair for Chi Omega, the treasurer and secretary of the Raikes School Student Advisory Board, a teaching assistant for computer systems engineering, and a Raikes School peer mentor. Emma is a Regents Scholar, a recipient of the Nebraska Academy of the Sciences Scholarship, and a previous champion of the UNL Geography Bee.

JOHN ELLIS

John Ellis, son of Craig and Cindy Ellis of Omaha, is a political science and history major with a minor in national security studies. He is a scholar for the Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence, a Climate Security Policy researcher for the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, a former intern for both the Nebraska State Legislature and the U.S. House of Representatives, and the former risk manager for Beta Theta Pi. John’s research on nationalism and bargaining failure was awarded second place at the 2019 “Festival of Great Ideas,” hosted at Jagiellonian University in Krákow, Poland. John is also a member of the Dean’s List.

ZAKARY FOLCHERT

Zakary Folchert, son of Ken and Dawn Folchert of North Platte, is a biological sciences major with minors in biochemistry and gerontology. He is a two-time vice president of academic excellence for Delta Upsilon, a teaching assistant for general chemistry, an environmental sustainability committee member for ASUN Student Government, a morale captain for Dance Marathon, a volunteer staffer for Launch Leadership, and a previous orientation leader for New Student Enrollment. Zakary is a Regents Scholar and a member of the Dean’s List.

COOPER GRABENSTEIN

Cooper Grabenstein, son of Todd and Tricia Grabenstein of Smithfield, is an agricultural business major with an emphasis in finance. He is the president and former vice president of Nebraska Agricultural Youth Council, the secretary and former recruitment supervisor for FarmHouse Fraternity, a leadership mentor for NHRI Leadership Mentoring, a member of Navigators Bible Study, a 4-H volunteer for Gosper County, and a volunteer for Urban Youth Farm Tours. Cooper is a William H. Thompson Scholar, a Nebraska Bankers’ Association Scholar, and a notable of academic excellence for the agricultural economics department.

SIMON HOVIS

Simon Hovis, son of Phill and Ann Hovis of Lincoln, is a business administration major with a minor in English. He is the president and former vice president of FarmHouse Fraternity, the fundraising chair for Dance Marathon, and a leadership mentor for NHRI Leadership Mentoring. Simon is a Regents Scholar.

ALEXIS KARKAZIS

Alexis Karkazis, daughter of John and Jill Karkazis of Western Springs, IL, is a computer science major with minors in business law, business administration, and mathematics. She is a student in the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management and currently serves as the president of Delta Gamma, a student co-chair of the Chancellor’s Campuswide Collaborative on Sexual Misconduct, and a global peer mentor for the International Student and Scholar Office. She has previously served as an executive vice president for Panhellenic Council, a co-director for Freshman Campus Leadership Associates, and a senator for ASUN Student Government. Alexis is a recipient of the George Beadle Scholarship and was named the 2018 Raikes School Design Studio Intern of the Year.

SALAN PREET KAUR

Salan Preet Kaur, daughter of Rabinder Singh and Palwinder Kaur of Jalandhar, Punjab, India, is a biological sciences major with minors in humanities in medicine and psychology. She is the president of the Humanities in Medicine Student Advisory Board, a member of the College of Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Board, a diversity and inclusion committee member for ASUN Student Government, a research assistant for the virology department, and a student ambassador for the College of Arts and Sciences. Salan is a member of the Dean’s List and a recipient of both the Global Excellency Scholarship and the UCARE Research Grant.

ANNA KRAUSE

Anna Krause, daughter of Scott and Beth Krause of Lincoln, is a history major with minors in computer science, English, and digital humanities. She is the president of the College of Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Board, an Honors Peer Mentor Leader, an undergraduate research assistant for the History Department, and an ambassador for the College of Arts and Sciences. She has previously served as the vice president of Chi Omega. Anna is a Regents Scholar, a recipient of the Larry Gerlach Scholarship, and a former Mortar Board notable.

RONI MILLER

Roni Miller, daughter of Troy and Danene Miller of Crete, is a political science and Spanish major with a minor in national security studies. She is a senator and Campus Life and Safety committee chair for ASUN Student Government, a co-chair for the student policy committee on the Chancellor’s Campuswide Collaborative on Sexual Misconduct, a member of the JED Alcohol and Other Drug Council, a member of Chi Omega, and a volunteer staffer for Launch Leadership. She has previously served as a well-being coach for the Office of Big Red Resilience and Well-Being and a peer mentor and ambassador for the Honors Program. Roni is a Regents Scholar, an Intelligence Community Scholar, and an honorable mention for the 2020 Student Luminary Award.

LAUREN MOTT

Lauren Mott, daughter of Justin and Kristina Mott of Omaha, is a biological sciences major with minors in mathematics and business. She is a current member and former president of the Honors Program Student Advisory Board, a member of the Executive Vice Chancellor Student Advisory Board, an undergraduate researcher for STEM education and communications, and an appraiser for the nonprofit Destination Imagination. She has previously served as a curriculum designer for two Beyond School Bells design intensives. Lauren is a Regents Scholar and a recipient of both the 2020 Student Luminary Award and the Jane S. Welch Scholarship.

VICTOR MPORE

Victor Mpore, son of Françoise Muteteli of Kigali, Rwanda, is an integrated science major with minors in leadership and entrepreneurship and conservation agriculture and an emphasis in biochemistry. He is a leadership mentor, student board representative, co-chair, and former teaching assistant for NHRI Leadership Mentoring, an International Welcome Team Member for New Student Enrollment, a research assistant for the biochemistry department, and the head programmer for the Rwandan Student Association. Victor is a student in the CASNR Undergraduate Scholars Program and served as an emcee at the U.S. Rwanda Embassy’s 25th commemoration of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.

JACOB PEDDICORD

Jacob Peddicord, son of Tom and Kelly Peddicord of Shawnee, KS, is a computer science major with a minor in business and mathematics. He is a student in the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management, the sergeant-at-arms executive member and previous health and safety chairman for Pi Kappa Alpha, and the technology director for Dance Marathon. He is also the co-founder of Brim, a tech startup that provides mobile solutions for local Lincoln coffee shops. Jacob has been named a finalist in several business pitch competitions and has competed in Hackathons hosted by other startups or institutions.

CARLI PFEIL

Carli Pfeil, daughter of Rex and Kris Pfeil of Blair, is a marketing major with a minor in management and an emphasis in advertising and public relations. She is the president of the College of Business Student Advisory Board, a student strengths coach for Gallup, a communications committee member and the current Homecoming Coordinator for ASUN Student Government, and a well-being ambassador for the Office of Big Red Resilience and Well-Being. She has previously served as a Wish and Development Intern for Make-A-Wish. Carli is a James H. Canfield Scholar and a member of the College of Business Dean’s List.

KEEGAN SCHUCHART

Keegan Schuchart, son of Michael and Felicia Shuchart of Lincoln, is a biochemistry major with minors in chemistry and humanities in medicine. He is a leadership mentor and former teaching assistant for NHRI Leadership Mentoring, the ritual chairman and former new member educator for Beta Theta Pi, and a member of the University Health Center Student Advisory Board. Keegan is a James H. Canfield Scholar, a Pepsi Service Scholar, and a recipient of the UCARE Research Grant.

ERIKA SWENSON

Erika Swenson, daughter of Roger and Kris Swenson of Blair, is a fisheries and wildlife major with minors in mathematics, biological sciences, and economics. She currently serves as an orientation leader for New Student Enrollment, a leadership mentor, co-chair, and previous teaching assistantfor NHRI Leadership Mentoring, a peer mentor for the Honors Program, and a CASNR senator for ASUN Student Government. She also conducts research through the UCARE Research Grant. Erika is a Regents Scholar, two-time Mortar Board notable, and a recipient of the Outstanding Undergraduate Award from the Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society of Agriculture.

ROHAN THAKKER

Rohan Thakker, son of Jayesh and Angeli Thakker of Omaha, is a computer science and economics major with a minor in mathematics. He is a student in the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management, the treasurer of the Computer Science and Engineering Student Advisory Board, a current College of Business senator and Green Fund member for ASUN Student Government, a Cornhacks committee member, and a Bureau of Business research scholar. Rohan is a Regents Scholar, a member of the Dean’s List, and a previous champion of the UNL Geography Bee.

RAMEY VACHAL

Ramey Vachal, daughter of Paul and Kim Vachal of Lincoln, is a political science and journalism major with a minor in history. She is the membership coordinator for University Program Council, the public relations chair and executive team member for Honors Ambassadors, a support assistant for the Digital Learning Center, and an academic excellence committee member for Kappa Kappa Gamma. She has previously interned with Lincoln Literacy. Ramey is a Regents Scholar and a member of both the Honors Program and the Dean’s List.

PEYTON WALKER

Peyton Walker, daughter of Scott and Amy Walker of Fort Collins, CO, is a supply chain management major with a minor in political science. She is the co-founder and current wellness coach of the student-led well-being program through the Office of Big Red Resilience and Well-Being. She is the vice president of the College of Business Honors Academy Council, an orientation leader for New Student Enrollment, a resident assistant, and an undergraduate student representative for JED Campus. Peyton is a member of the College of Business Dean’s List and a recipient of both the George Beadle Scholarship and the Chancellor’s Leadership Scholarship.

SYDNEY WILKINSON

Sydney Wilkinson, daughter of Heith and Jodi Wilkinson of Hickman, is a biological sciences major with minors in psychology and humanities in medicine. She is the vice president of programming and former director of social events for Delta Gamma, a leadership mentor and previous teaching assistant for NHRI Leadership Mentoring, and the programming staff leader for Dance Marathon. Sydney is a member of the Dean’s List and a recipient of both the James H. Canfield Scholarship and the Degering Trust Fund Scholarship.

PARKER WILLIAMS

Parker Williams, son of Lincoln and Kristi Williams of Lincoln, is a mechanical engineering major. He is the president of the Inter-Fraternity Council, the philanthropy chair for FarmHouse Fraternity, a student leader for Navigators, and a member of Engler Entrepreneurship Program. He has previously served on the Engineering Student Advisory Board. Parker is a recipient of the David Distinguished Scholarship and a member of both the Tau Beta Pi Honor Society and the College of Engineering Dean’s List.

RILEY YOUNG

Riley Young, daughter of Brad and Meg Young of Flower Mound, TX, is an athletic training major with minors in psychology and leadership and communication. She is the internal vice president and former moral captain chair for Dance Marathon, the fundraising executive of the Athletic Training Student Association, a teaching assistant for the agricultural leadership, education, and communication department, an operations staff member for The Big Event, a member of the Honors Program, and a former recruitment guide for Panhellenic Council. Riley is a member of the Dean’s List and a recipient of both the Ruth Leverton Scholarship and the Scarlett Scholarship.