Eight students in the Human Services Program were recently recognized for their outstanding academic and leadership achievements.
Northeastern presented its annual Student Life Awards on Wednesday, April 12, recognizing students and student organizations that have done outstanding work throughout the past year, including three human services students. Liza Ashley, Katie Elliot, and Suzie Kim received the Center of Community Service Leadership Awards. Elliot also received the Shores C. Salter Award for Outstanding Citizenship. (Read more here.)
Later, on April 20, Elliot was one of 15 undergraduates to be recognized for their academic accomplishments at the seventh annual Academic Honors Convocation. She earned the Harold D. Hodgkin Award, one of the highest honors bestowed upon graduating seniors. Colleges nominate their top students based on academic and experiential performance, and a faculty committee makes the selections. (Read more here.)
That same week, the university honored the newest members of the Huntington 100—a group of graduate and undergraduate students whose collective achievements span research, co-op, athletics, entrepreneurship, community service, and leadership. Among the honorees were graduating seniors Roxanne Anderson, Akiera Gilbert, and Scarlett Lamb.
Mike Avender received the President’s Award, and Danielle Dotter was awarded the 2016-2017 Course-Community Collaboration Award from the Center of Community Service.
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