Center for Student Involvement’s Awards Ceremony Recognizes Student Leaders

The Center for Student Involvement hosted the 37th annual Student Leadership & Honors Awards on April 8th in the Kent Student Center Ballroom.  The event celebrates and recognizes student leaders, organizations and advisors for their contributions to the Kent State community during the current academic year.  

Any student, faculty, or staff member at the university is able to submit an awards nomination for any of the categories.  A selection committee reviews the nominations and determines the winners.

In addition to recognizing some of Kent State’s student leaders, the 2014-15 elected directors and senators of the Undergraduate Student Government took the Oath of Office and executive director, Brian Cannon, delivered his inaugural address.

“It’s so great to see our student leaders and student organizations come together to be recognized for their accomplishments,” says Katie Goldring, assistant director for the Center for Student Involvement.  “These individuals and groups work so hard throughout the year, and they deserve to be honored.” 

For a complete list of 2014-15 award winners, along with the newly elected members of the Undergraduate Student Government, visit http://www.kentstateusg.com/.

 

POSTED: Thursday, April 9, 2015 04:22 PM
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