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Campus leaders recognized at ODK awards ceremony

Student leaders from a variety of academic disciplines were honored April 29 at the annual Omicron Delta Kappa awards ceremony in Whitley Auditorium, an annual ceremony that coincides with CELEBRATE! week. ODK recognizes students who have provided outstanding leadership in their junior or senior years, and who have maintained high academic performance.

Exemplary achievement and service will also be recognized this spring during individual school ceremonies in Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences; the School of Education; the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business; and the School of Communications.

2010 ODK award winners included the following:

Outstanding Academic Service-Learning Student Paper Award – Grant Christian De Roo

Iris Holt McEwen Community Service Award – Jana Elaine Murdock

Phi Kappa Phi's Graduate Fellowship Award – Nichole Marie Rawlings

John W. Barney Memorial Award – Jonathan Smith Mahlandt

Truitt Center Reconciliation Award – Francis Joseph Stiefel

Ella Brunk Smith Award – Erin Lacey Bradley

Student Communications Media Award – Andie Nicole Diemer

William Moseley Brown Leadership Award – Daniel Marshall Sharpe

Perito Award – Kiva S. Nice-Webb & Elizabeth June-Heline Dobbins

James S. And Marilyn A. Denton Award – Keadrick S.K. Peters

Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award – Sara Paige PasquinelliLaura Marie Haith & Evan Nathaniel Small

W.L. Monroe Christian Education & Personality Award – Jeremy Wayne Teetor & Jordan Leigh Frederick

Ward Family Learning In Action Award – Jesse Elijah Lee

H.H. Cunningham Award in History – Lauren Julia Mottle

Eric Townsend,
4/29/2010 10:25 PM