Student Involvement Banquet Awards

Student Involvement Banquet Awards
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Student leaders and faculty advisors from all corners of campus were recognized by multiple offices and organizations on Tuesday, April 15, at 6 p.m. during the Student Involvement Banquet in the Arkansas Union’s Verizon Ballroom.

Winners were announced in the following categories:

Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence

  • Women’s Residence: Kappa Kappa Gamma
  • Men’s Residence: Lambda Chi Alpha
  • Co-ed Residence: Hotz Hall

NASPA Undergraduate Fellow Award

  • Joseph Calvillo, Timothy Williams, Quiana Jenkins, Cameron Woods, Justin Bryant

Doyle Z. Williams Student Leadership Award

  • Bo Renner

Arkansas Alumni Association Nontraditional Student Leadership Award

  • Tina Parker and Elaine Belcher

International Students and Scholars Cross-Cultural Mentor Award

  • Tariq Khalaf Aldawsari

New Student and Family Programs Student Leader of the Month Awards

  • September 2013 – Juliet Bertolucci
  • October 2013 – Onnissia Harries
  • November 2013 – Flávia Araújo
  • December 2013 – Angelica Puga
  • January 2014 – Christina Crowder
  • February 2014 – Wil Cheatham
  • March 2014 – Cameron Caja
  • April 2014 – Emily Podzielinski

Volunteer Action Center Board Member of the Year

  • Cicely Shannon

President’s Volunteer Service Award
Earning the Bronze Level (100 – 174 hours)

  • Ainsley Huffman
  • Alissa Hadley
  • Anthony Eller
  • Caroline Daniel
  • Carson Leavitt
  • Chanelle McCaster
  • Drennan Dallas
  • Elizabeth Freeman
  • Holly Hilliard
  • Jessie Soprano
  • Jillian Oswalt
  • John Waddill
  • Juliet Moses
  • Kristen Wylie
  • Kyle Guillory
  • Martin Tremwel
  • Megan Badillo
  • Morgan Pasquale
  • Nathan Falls
  • Sonja Thierry
  • Stephanie Sharum
  • Sydney West

Earning the Silver Level (175 – 249 hours)

  • Cicely Shannon
  • Cortney Page
  • LaChassity Phillips
  • Laurie Kern
  • Lily Chiang
  • Maria Lopez-Solis

Earning the Gold Level (250+ hours)

  • Jamie Glover

Distinguished Lectures Committee

  • Student Member of the Year – Will Strickland
  • Faculty Member of the Year – Carole Shook

University Programs Member of the Year

  • Jian Zhang

National Residence Hall Honorary

  • Shine Bright like a Diamond – Christopher Hopkins
  • Nominator of the Year – Tyler Priest
  • Diamond in the Rough – Nina Rivero
  • Outstanding Member – Samantha Brandeberry
  • Diamond Award – Shanna Darling

Residents Interhall Congress

  • Student of the Year – Julia Trupp
  • Continuing Outstanding Service Award – Lauren Hake
  • Program of the Year – Reid Hall’s Chocolate Wasted
  • Senator of the Year – Logan Mills

Associated Student Government

  • Outstanding Senator – Ethan Dollar
  • Senator of the Year – Joe Kieklak
  • Outstanding Cabinet Member – Elizabeth Kyle
  • Cabinet Member of the Year – Stewart Pence
  • Outstanding Financial Affairs Board Member – Alex Chaffin

Fresh Hog of the Year

  • Blaire Waddell

RSO Member of the Year

  • Hua Wang

RSO Advisor of the Year

  • Carole Shook

Outstanding RSO Program

  • Chinese New Year

Outstanding Collaborative Program

  • Holi Festival of Colors

Outstanding Service Project

  • Dream B.I.G. Day

Outstanding Registered Student Organization

  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association

Congratulations to each of these student leaders, organizations, and faculty advisors! 

Contacts

Lyndi Mabry,
Office of Student Activities
479-575-5255, lxm023@uark.edu

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