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Education Students Receive Leadership Awards

Released: 4/16/10

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 41st annual Student Leadership Recognition Program on Sunday, April 18th, 82 Marquette University students will receive awards to honor their significant contributions of service and leadership that benefit the Marquette community. Among them, the following School of Education students will be honored.

Natalie Campbell (Freshman) Naperville IL
Outstanding Contributions to Social and Arts Programming
Natalie Campbell was a floor representative on the Straz Hall Council, where she applied ideas she learned from student leadership workshops and retreats in her hall-wide holiday decorating contest. As a Hall Council member, she has assisted with several hall events that boost morale and has laid the groundwork for a positive community.

Joshua Christmas (Junior) Mequon WI
Outstanding Contributions to Peer Education
Josh Christmas is not only an outstanding resident assistant, but he lives the values of Marquette through several facets of the campus community. Notably, Josh brings his work from VOICE into all realms of his life. He coordinated a panel discussion as part of Sexual Violence Awareness Week and has committed himself to educating the men on his floor and in his building though everyday interactions.

Elizabeth Crowley (Freshman) Delano MN
Outstanding Contributions to Student Governance and Organization Leadership
I
zzi Crowley served as the Residence Hall Association Representative from McCormick Hall, as a member of the Hall Council Board, and as a member of the Programming Committee. Izzi’s participation in the planning for the Hall's "Remove the Blindfold" programming was invaluable, as she contributed to the event on a variety of levels.

Mandi Davis (Senior) Geneva IL
Outstanding Contributions to Spiritual Development and Justice Education
Mandi Davis is one of three student coordinators of the Midnight Run Program.  Along with the other coordinators, she led a team of twenty student volunteers as they served meals and worked in all area meal programs and shelters.  This year Amanda added to her normal duties by being the sole coordinator of Midnight Run’s Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Month.
Sarah Hodges (Junior) Sioux Falls SD
Outstanding Contributions to Social and Arts Programming
Sarah Hodges served key roles with multiple campus programming groups this year.  As the Snowball Chair for Winter Flurry, she was responsible for organization one of the campus’ largest social events and led a team of 22 students in planning a well-run event.  As a Special Events Commissioner with MUSG, she was responsible for planning programs such as Mania Week, Night of Chocolate, and the MUSG events held during Siblings Weekend.
Bridget St. Peter (Junior) Brookfield WI
Outstanding Contributions to Community Service
Bridget St. Peter’s passion for issues of social concern has resulted in community service with a commitment to helping real people in the midst of their struggles. She has volunteered with the St. Ben’s meal program through her membership with the Midnight Run Coordination team and the Guest and Volunteer Service Committee. In addition, Bridget co-facilitated a Marquette Action Program trip, was a member of the Marquette for Common Ground, and an Upward Bound tutor.
 

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