"STUDENTS, ORGANIZATIONS HONORED AT LEADERSHIP BANQUET"

            MARQUETTE – Northern Michigan University honored several students and organizations at the Leadership Recognition Banquet on Thursday, April 15.

            The following organizations won awards: Residence Hall House of the Year – the Jungle in West Hall; Rookie Sports Club of the Year – Women’s Alpine Ski Team; Outstanding Sports Club of the Year – Women’s Figure Skating Club; Advisor of the Year – Daryl Davis for NMU Crew; Crew Diversity Program/Project of the Year – Outlook; the Debra Davis Community Service Award – Tau Kappa Epsilon; Program/Project of the Year – ASNMU, for the Higher Education Letter Program; Organization of the Year, university or activity fee funded – Platform Personalities; Organization of the Year – Black Student Union.

            The following students also won awards:

            Michigan

            Bark River: Caroline Lake, a nursing senior – Graduating Leadership Scholarship Award; Charlevoix: Brian Thanasiu, an environmental science senior – Board of Trustees Student Achievement Award’s special third award; Kingsford: Layla Khoury-Hanold, a marketing senior – Board of Trustees Student Achievement Award for Graduating Female; Menominee: Christopher Leemon, an environmental conversation senior – the Michael D. Nunnally Individual Student Volunteer Award; Marquette: Rachel Fritzler, a political science senior – ASNMU Leadership Award; Katie Riling, an elementary education senior – Graduating Leadership Scholarship Award; Christine Robinson, a financial management senior – Board of Trustees Student Achievement Award for Non-Traditional Student; Rebecca Thompson, a marketing junior – Spirit of Diversity Award; Stevensville: Monique Yoder, an English graduate-bound senior – Dr. Allan L. Niemi Scholarship.

            Minnesota

            Plymouth: Ryan Harasyn, a senior – ASNMU Leadership Award.

            New Jersey

            Williamstown: John Fitzgerald, a finance senior – ASNMU Leadership Award.

            Oregon

            Portland: Stephanie Scovill, an early childhood senior – ASNMU Leadership Award.



Prepared By
Jessica Holman
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