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Merrill Presidential Scholar Li-Sha Lim '17 selects Wysocki as top contributor to her education at Cornell
Lim honored at convocation luncheon attended by deans and selected teachers.
Li-Sha Lim, Class of 2017, who was selected as a Merrill Presidential Scholar by her dean on the basis of scholastic achievement, strong leadership ability, and demonstrated potential for contributing to society, in turn chose Sr. Lecturer Mark Wysocki as the educator who has made the most significant contribution to her education while at Cornell.
Lim and Wysocki attended a convocation luncheon in honor of the Merrill Presidential Scholars on May 24, 2017. President Martha Pollack and deans of all seven undergraduate colleges were in attendance. Joining these distinguished guests were selected secondary teachers of the scholars. Li-Sha invited her high school geography teacher, Michael White shown left in the photo above with Lim, Pollack, and Wysocki.
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