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5:42 p.m., May 29, 2010----Delaware Gov. Jack Markell recognized four graduating University of Delaware seniors, including twin sisters, for achieving the highest grade point index earned in full-time study toward a University degree, during Commencement ceremonies May 29 in Delaware Stadium.
Twins Jessica Jay Marshall and Shannon Shay Marshall, both of Martinsville, N.J., who both received an Honors bachelor of arts with a double major in psychology education and foreign languages and literatures;
Dustin Lee Engelhardt of Chadds Ford, Pa., who received an Honors bachelor of arts with a double major in political science and psychology, and a minor in business administration; and
Candice Faith Woodworth of North East, Md., who received an Honors bachelor of arts with a major in French/political science.
To be eligible for this award, 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.
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