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NACURH 2012 Conference

Residence Services | 06/11/2012

Recently, the Kent Interhall Council (KIC) traveled to the University of Colorado-Boulder to attend the National Association of College and University Residence Halls annual conference (NACURH). A student led conference planned by students for students! 

During NACURH’s Awards and Recognitions ceremony, KIC received the following accolades for their service to Kent State University and NACURH. 

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  • Andy Sokolich, KIC President and Danielle Melidona, KIC Vice President presented on Lil Sibs Weekend and placed in the top 25 out of over 400 programs presented at NACURH 2012;
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  • Christine Franciso was inducted into the Association of Alumni and Friends of NACURH (AAFN) and will be able to attend NACURH-affiliated conferences for life;
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  • Ashley Rothermel, NRHH President was awarded a Cougar Pride Pin for her spirit, enthusiasm and dedication to the CAACURH region, an affiliated region of NACURH;
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  • Salvatore DeSanto was awarded the Most Spirited Cougar Award during the first ever CAACURH Idol;
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  • Kent State won six Regional OTMs and one National OTM between the months of January and May of 2012;

KIC (Kent State) Bid nationally for:

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  • NACURH 2013 conference to host at Kent State;
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  • NACURH National School of the Year;
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  • On Campus Marketing NCC of the Year;
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  • NACURH/ACUHO-I Daniel A. Silver Program of the Year

Additionally, KIC presented a national conference bid to host NACURH for May of 2013. Unfortunately, Kent State was not selected to host this national conference next year, the conference will be heading to University of Pittsburgh (UPITT) in May of 2013. KIC sends “Cougar Love” to UPITT and wish them all the best with the organization and orchestration in planning the NACURH 2013 conference.  

KIC illustrated what student leadership, involvement and advocacy is truly all about and their positive spirits and attitudes have been contagious by connecting our residence hall students to the University community student life activities and programs. Hats off to KIC, YOU are our heroes!