Thursday, April 14, 2016
The Leadership Recognition Banquet has become a very special occasion and tradition at Northern Michigan University. The Leadership Recognition Banquet is an opportunity to recognize students, advisers, and student organizations for their contributions to the campus community. It occurs every April with over 500 student leaders and their advisers in attendance. Winners of six special awards for student organizations are honored at the Leadership Recognition Banquet.
STUDENT KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Applications for the Student Keynote Speaker are being accepted through Friday, March 25. If you are a senior graduating in May, August, or December of 2016 and have notable leadership involvement on campus, please consider applying. Contact Sara Hujar (906-227-1215, email@example.com) for more information.
|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. Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org so your organization is represented!|
Student Organization Awards
Application Form (2015-2016)
|Organization of the Year (General
Recognizes an outstanding student group that has built a solid organization and has achieved success in accomplishing its goals.
2014-2015 recipient: Figure Skating Club
Organization of the Year (University Funded)
2014-2015 recipient: Campus Cinema
Community Service Award
2014-2015 recipient: EEGS Garden Club
|Program of the Year
Recognizes an outstanding effort by an organization to plan, promote, and implement a single program or event during the year.
2014-2015 recipient: Marquette Ending Hunger - NMU Fights Famine
|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.
2014-2015 recipient: PrimeTime Productions - Sexual Assault Awareness Programs
|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 embracing diversity.
2014-2015 recipient: Black Student Union - A Piece of Black History
|Adviser of the Year
Recognizes an individual who has done an outstanding job in her/her role as an adviser to a student organization.
2014-2015 recipient: Andrew Poe, Northern Lights A Cappella
Michael D. Nunnally Individual Student Volunteer Award.
2014-2015 recipient: Katy Meade