Sunday, November 2, 2008
Former Carroll ISD student named University of Texas “Outstanding Senior”
The award is given annually to one male and one female senior by UT’s Texas Parents’ Association and recognizes outstanding student leadership on campus.
Carroll Class of 2004 graduate Todd Bondy was recently named the University of Texas’ "Outstanding Senior.”
The award is given annually to one male and one female senior by UT’s Texas Parents’ Association and recognizes outstanding student leadership on campus. Todd, a business honors and finance student, was nominated by an advisor in the university’s school of business. He has been a member of the Texas Longhorns’ football team for the past four years and will graduate in the spring of 2009.
Todd is the son of former Dragon staff member Susan and Neal Bondy. He was honored as the 2008 Outstanding Senior during a banquet held in Austin on October 24. Todd was also recognized, along with his parents, at the October 25 Longhorn home football game against Oklahoma State University.
The Outstanding Senior Award was established in 1951 by the Texas Parents’ Association. The group was originally founded in 1948 as the Dads’ Association. The organization’s mission is to support the needs of UT students and their parents while providing student scholarships, awarding outstanding teaching and research, recognizing staff members and offering financial support to the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
For additional details, visit www.texasparents.org.
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