Student Leaders Attend Regional Conference
At the Central Atlantic Affiliate of Colleges and University Residence Halls (CAACURH) Annual Conference, our Residence Services student leaders represented Kent State University extremely well.
They were selected in the top three bids for Program of the Year. Emily Nighswander, Amanda Bevington and Hannah Firsdon presented to schools across the region for the Lil’ Sibs Weekend 2014 program. Kent State University was also selected as the top three bids for the Student Award for Leadership Training. Rachel Harper, Corey Patterson and Kendall Daniel presented about the “How to Train Your Hall Council” program that Kent Interhall Council put on in September 2014.
Emily Nighswander and Amanda Bevington presented a program titled “Making the seaweed greener: Spreading community service throughout your community” which was awarded a Top 10 Program for the CAACURH conference.
Kent State University was also selected as the Most Spirited Delegation. Kent State University has not won this award in a long time, and it is a testament to the hard-working and committed group of student leaders that attended the conference.