Education Students Honored for Leadership and Service

Released: 4/23/12

Each year the Division of Student Affairs recognizes a select group of students for their active involvement and participation in the enhancement of campus life and building community on campus.

At the 43rd annual student awards ceremony was held on Sunday, April 22nd, Marquette University students received awards to honor their significant contributions of service and leadership that benefit the Marquette community. Among them, the following School of Education students were honored:

Natalie Campbell
Outstanding Contributions to Spiritual Development and Justice Education
After spending the summer in Uganda, Natalie Campbell worked with a non-governmental organization to create an after school leadership training program for high school youth in that country. When she returned to campus, Natalie became involved with research on gender studies and supporting the work of the Ethics and Theory in Practice sophomore honors living-learning community. She has dedicated her time at Marquette to educating others about issues of social injustice.

Erin Galvin
Outstanding Contributions to Spiritual Development and Justice Education
Erin Galvin has a great passion for serving others that is grounded in her vocation as an educator. She is as a Student Assistant for the Liturgy Director in Campus Ministry, volunteers as an Ignatian Collegian where she serves as a 6th grade Catechist for East Side Child and Youth Ministry, and she was as a MAP facilitator for the trip to Brooklyn, NY. In addition, Erin is a Resident Assistant for the Dorothy Day Social Justice Living/Learning Community in Straz Tower.

Jose Ramirez
Outstanding Contributions to Student Governance and Organization Leadership
Jose Ramirez is the Residence Hall Association’s Vice President for Legislation and his behind the scenes work has enabled the organization to run more smoothly this year. In his position, Jose was integral in defining the roles of all the executive board members. Jose has attended and presented at two leadership conferences.


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