For over 25 years, the Leadership Recognition Banquet has been recognizing students, advisers, and student organizations for their contributions to the campus community. It occurs every April with more than 500 student leaders and their advisers in attendance. A recording of the 2012 Leadership Recognition Banquet can be viewed here.
|Show off your student organization at the Leadership Recognition Banquet by submitting photos of your group in action throughout the year! Student organization photos will be displayed during the banquet's slide show. Your photo(s) can be scanned while you wait in the Center for Student Enrichment, 1206 University Center, or you can send the electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.|
The Student Keynote Speaker is a senior student who has contributed significantly to campus life at NMU. The keynote address is an inspirational message focusing on leadership and must include personal experiences and reflections on the value of involvement and the development of skills for the future.
All students who meet qualifications are invited to apply. Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 26 by 5 p.m.
Applications are due in the Center for Student Enrichment (1205 University Center) by Friday, March 29, before 5 p.m. If you have any questions, please call 906-227-2439.
|Organization of the Year (General)
Recognizes an outstanding student group that has built a solid organization and has achieved success in accomplishing its goals.
2012 recipient: Student Nurses Association
Organization of the Year (University Funded)
2012 recipient: Special Events Committee
Community Service Award
2012 recipient: Mu Beta Psi
|Program of the Year
Recognizes an outstanding effort by an organization to plan, promote, and implement a single program or event during the year.
2012 recipient: Platform Personalities: The Buried Life
|Project of the Year
Recognizes an outstanding effort by an organization to plan and implement a project that benefited the campus and/or community during this past year.
2012 recipient: Circle K: 10th Annual 24 Hour Service Project
|Diversity Program/Project of the Year
Recognizes an outstanding effort by a student organization to plan, promote, and implement a single project or event during the year that promoted the understanding, appreciation, and embracement of diversity.
2012 recipient: The Volunteer Center: Detroit Service Exchange
|Adviser of the Year
Recognizes an individual who has done an outstanding job in her/her role as an adviser to a student organization.
2012 recipient: Kate Sartori: Women For Women