Top Scholastic Achievers Inducted into Elite BW Honor Society

November 24, 2014

Photo of inductees to the Dayton C. Miller Honor SocietyCongratulations to the newest inductees to the Dayton C. Miller Honor Society, founded at BW in 1948.  Only four percent of the undergraduate student body achieves membership, with this year’s 100 inductees achieving an impressive average grade point average of 3.9!

This year's top scholastic achievers were inducted into the elite society at a special ceremony held over the weekend. Members are also recognized with a special DCM mark on their diplomas.

The society is named in memory of BW alumnus, Dayton C. Miller (1886), a distinguished professor of physics at the Case Institute, noted for his research into the science of acoustics and for a unique collection of flutes now held by the Library of Congress. Miller also served as president of the BW Trustees and was active in the BW community until his death in 1941.