15 CAS students earn leadership, engagement awards
Fifteen undergraduate students plus two faculty and one staff member from across the College of Arts and Sciences were recognized during the 2018 Leadership and Engagement Awards of Distinction ceremony on April 17.
Award recipients demonstrate exceptional leadership and service to the university and the community and support the leadership development and engagement of WSU students. Recipients were selected through a nomination process open to all WSU campuses. Award categories include undergraduates, graduates, faculty and staff, student groups and community organizations.
Overall, the Leadership and Engagement Awards of Distinction (LEAD) ceremony honored 48 individuals and seven student groups for their outstanding contributions to the University community.
The 2018 President’s Award for Leadership recipients from the College of Arts and Sciences include:
Professor, Biological Sciences
Ana Maria Rodriguez-Vivaldi
Professor, Foreign Languages and Cultures
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Academic Advisor, Psychology
Basic Medical Sciences; Spanish (2018)
Music Education (2018)
Mathematics; Political Science (2019)
Comparative Ethnic Studies, Political Science (2018)
Environmental and Ecosystem Science (2019)
Global Politics and Philosophy (2018)
Political Science (2019)
Piano Performance (2019)
Criminal Justice (2019)
Comparative Ethnic Studies; Political Science (2019)
Political Science (2018)
By Alexiss Nichole Turner, Student Affairs for WSU Insider