Air Force ROTC Cadet Awarded Graduating Student Leader
The Air Force ROTC Detachment 030 ThunderHawgs are very proud of cadet Daniel Hendrix, who was nominated by the Division of Student Affairs and presented with the Graduating Student Leader Award for spring 2019, a highly prestigious accomplishment awarded to the top 4.5% of graduating seniors of the University of Arkansas.
Cadet Hendrix received this distinctive award for his volunteerism as a student mentor for Off Campus Student Services, mentoring students and advocating for students choosing to live off campus.
Mia Estes, office manager
Air Force ROTC
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Honors College Fellow Jacob Huneycutt has won the prestigious Violet B. Gingles Award for a paper investigating a contentious 1901 split in the Arkansas Baptist State Convention.
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Internationally renowned vocalist Farah Siraj will discuss her new music with Nicole Leachman, managing director of the Faulkner Center, at 3 p.m. (CDT) Friday, June 19, via the FPAC Facebook page.
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