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Austin Peay State University honored Student Leaders, Organizations, Faculty and Staff at annual Student Organization and Leader Awards Program
Clarksville, TN – The Office of Student Affairs at Austin Peay State University honored leadership and service by individual students, student organizations, faculty and staff at its annual Student Organization and Leader Awards Program on April 16th.
The purpose of the program is to recognize students, student organizations, faculty and staff who have made significant contributions throughout the year both on and off campus, Director for Student Affairs Programs Tammy Bryant said.
“APSU student leaders and organizations have spent untold hours both on campus and in the community through their volunteerism, philanthropy, community service, educational programs and activities, social programs, and school pride and spirit while maintaining high academic standards,” Bryant said. “The contributions of faculty and staff are also an important part of this annual recognition event, and they directly contribute to the success and engagement of student leaders and organizations on campus and in the community at large.”
The program’s top individual honors included Mr. Governor and Madam Governor, the Vice President’s Excellence in Leadership Award, and the Sorority Woman of the Year and Fraternity Man of the Year Awards.
Seniors Mike Rainier and Kelsey Smith were named Mr. and Madam Governor. The Mr. Governor and Madam Governor awards honor graduating students who have contributed to the University community through leadership, diversity and service and have participated in leadership roles on campus while maintaining high academic standards.
Danielle Joslin, Bowling Green, KY was awarded the Vice President’s Excellence in Leadership Award. This award recognizes an outstanding graduating student who has excelled scholastically, has a distinguished record of involvement on campus and has excelled in leadership.
Ben Sterling, Knoxville, Tennessee and Teeona Hall, Cleveland, Tennennessee were named Fraternity Man of the Year and Sorority Woman of the Year in recognition of exceptional scholarship, involved and effective leadership, community service and honor to the Greek community. Hall is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., and Sterling is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.
Other students earning recognition for 2013-2014 included the following:
Faculty and staff receiving honors for 2014 included the following:
Student organizations receiving honors for 2014 were the following:
The 2013-14 Student Government Association Executive Officers were recognized:
Michael Rainier, president; Jessi Dillingham, vice president; Daniel Anderson, secretary;
The extraordinary efforts of the 2013-14 Volunteer Note Takers were also recognized with certificates and a token of appreciation.
These volunteer students provide countless hours assisting fellow students with class work and contribute immensely to their success. Krysta Adkins, Emma Alexander, Colter Angel, Tieri Ayiga, Amanda Bailey, Rachel Barrow, Angelia Basso, Jennifer Baylis, Ashley Beard, Justin Beaty, Aaron Birt, Donald Blankenship, Casey Blew, Andrew Bosowski, Amber Botts, Sharvera Bowie, Misty Branch, Aricia Broadway, Heather Brown, Lindsay Brown, Mark Brown, Ruben Burgos, Aaliyah Burroughs, Melinda Bush, Amanda Byrd, Anna Caldwell, Breanne Campos, Miguel Carretero, Justin Carter, Tanisha Caslin, Katherine Cassata, Lisa Caviness, Shelby Clark, Kelsie Coffin, Kelly Cole, Chayna Comperry, Susan Cook, Katie Coombs, Lauren Cottle, Kristin Coughenour, Courtney Cousin, Jennifer Crotwell, Aisha Cubero-Betancourt, Kelsey Cvikich, Megan Dagnan, Courtney DeCaney, Haley Dobbins, Karen Dolezal, Mikayla Dudley, Christine Eade, Domonique Early, Hannah Evans, Kari Everett, Jessica Fleming, Julie Flowers, Shawn Frazzini, Stephanie Freeman, Christin Gardner, Adilene Garfias, Jamie Garrett-Gallatin, Tenn., John Garwood, Richard Gatewood, Catharina Georgiadis, C. J. Gooch, Raven-Jade Gutierrez, Melia Harris-Goodlettsville, Tenn., Gwendolyn Hay, Lauren Hellams-Ashland City, Tenn., Leah Henson, Shawna Herod, Dustin Hinkley, Megan Holland, Brandi Holloway-Nashville, Tenn., Ryan Horton, Camisha Howard-Franklin, Ky., Randi Ingram, Erika Iversen, Erica Jenkins, Deborah Jones-Cumberland Furnace, Tenn., William Jones, Laura Judy, Delaina Keeler-Southside, Tenn., Jennifer Keeton, Lindsy Keller, Frank Ketcham III, Aaron Kilby-Brighton, Tenn., Elizabeth Kimbrough, Tiffani Kirkland, Michelle Kramer, Erin Lange, Bethany Long-White Bluff, Tenn., Roshel Lumbang, Doreen Lynch-Guthrie, Ky., Amber Maidens, Hannah Mann, Alyssa Marshall-Nashville, Tenn., Nadine Martin, Patrick Martin-Chapmansboro, Tenn., Sydney Maslakowski, Coya Massey, Diyonka Massey, I’kea Massey, Dorthea Maynard, Danielle McCoin-Portland, Tenn., Jarrett McGaha, Kiersten McKeethen, Melissa McWaters, Brittany Meyer, Katelyn Miller, Macy Mitchell-Oak Grove, Ky., Brooklyn Munday, Anjelynn Nguyen, Catherine Novakowski-Trenton, Ky., Katherine Nunez-Ft. Campbell, Ky., Amanda O’Dell-Cedar Hill, Tenn., Ruthyn O’Donnell, Corey Osborn-Fountain Hills, AZ, Daniel Oswalt, Kadeem Pardue, Brinda Patel, Shannen Pattum, Jensine Pearman, Tara Peifer, April Pepper, Clinton Person, Logan Pickett, Amanda Pierce-Cumberland Furnace, Tenn., Zachary Pigott, Brooklynne Poindexter, Natasha rice, Claire Pultz, Shannon Rees, Jessica Rongholt-Woodlawn, Tenn., Cynthia Rye, Taylor Shadwick-White House, Tenn., Madison, Sikes-Adams, Tenn., Savannah Smith, Allan Sorensen, Jessica Struck, Megan Suttle-Cottontown, Tenn., Christin Tardiff, Victoria Tarter, Tiffani Tope, Angie Torres-Barreto, Beth Van Houten, Jesse Voss-Bumpus Mills, Tenn., Davie Wallace-Madison, Tenn., Jennifer Watt, Rebecca Webb, Darlene White, Domonique Williams, Virginia Winstead, Ciera Woods-Brownsville, Tenn., Adam Young, and Morgan Zigelsky.
The APSU students selected to be included with the 2014 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities were recognized with certificates. These included Ashley B. Adams-Hopkinsville, Ky., Trevor D. Brand-Dickson, Tenn., Patrick J. Colston, Jessica L. Dillingham-Mt. Juliet, Tenn., Jose A. Fait, Taylor A. Gaston-Jackson, Tenn., Morgan R. Gibson, Nateisha A. Grant, Cody G. Greene, Christopher R. Hayes-Cunningham, Tenn., Destynee J. Horner, Jenna R. Johnson, Katlyn A. Jones, April A. Kirkman, Bailey M. Kirkpatrick, MaQueba L. Massey-Fayetteville, Tenn., Andrew C. Montgomery, Clarissa B. Pulley, Ashly A. Roby-Tenn. Ridge, Tenn., Kelsey R. Smith-Ashland City, Tenn., Jacob W. St. Louis, Diana L. Trinh, Paige E. Walker-Palmyra, Tenn., Carrie D. West, Lauren K. Williams-Cottontown, Tenn., and Abigail Wilt-Franklin, Tenn..
Presenters for the evening included, among several others, vice president of Student Affairs Dr. Sherryl Byrd, Director of Athletics Derek van der Merwe, associate vice president of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Gregory Singleton, associate provost and dean of the college of Graduate Studies Dr. Dixie Dennis, and associate professor of History Dr. Minoa Uffelman. Presiding as host over the evening’s events was Joe Mills, assistant vice president of Student Affairs and director of Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services.
For additional information, please contact Tammy Bryant, director of Student Affairs Programs, 931.221.7341.
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