Gold key presented to M-W grad

| 28 Sep 2011 | 03:01

Harriman — Kimia Mousavi has accepted membership in Golden Key International Honor Society, and was individually honored during a recent ceremony at Binghamton University, where she is studying as an undergraduate. The 2004 Monroe-Woodbury High School graduate is the daughter of Ahmad and Rayhaneh Mousavi of Harriman. She also has memberships with Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, and Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity. She has been on the dean’s list for two consecutive semesters at Binghamton, and sits on the university’s Judicial Board. Community projects included volunteering at American Cancer Society Relay for Life in April 2005, and at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School for the Goldilocks Mock Trial Program for Kids from March to May 2005. She is presently captain of the Binghamton University Kickline Dance Team. Golden Key is an academic honor society which recognizes and encourages scholastic achievement and excellence among college and university students from all academic disciplines. The society awards its members over $400,000 annually, through 17 different scholarship and award programs. Members are connected to exclusive career opportunities and assistance through Golden Key’s partnerships with major corporations and graduate programs. The society provides campus and community service opportunities, enabling personal growth and leadership development, as well as collaborating with university faculty and administrators to develop and maintain high standards of education.