Honors and Awards in Bearcat Excellence presented

by University Communications,

  • Samantha Levy ’20 stands with award
    Samantha Levy ’20, pictured, and Amanda Fong ’19 received ASWU’s Jessie E. West Award for their outstanding leadership and contributions to improving the quality of student life.
  • Adrianna Nicolay receiving the Professional Development award
    Adrianna Nicolay, right, received Career Development’s Professional Development Award. Multicultural Affairs also recognized her outstanding contributions to that department.
  • Adrian Uphoff ’19
    Adrian Uphoff ’19 also received the Professional Development Award.
  • Daphne Van Veen-Koch ’21
    Daphne Van Veen-Koch ’21 won the VP for Student Affairs Special Recognition Award.
  • Gwendolyn Prescott ’19 and Miyano Sato ’19
    The Office of International Education recognized Gwendolyn Prescott ’19 (left) and Miyano Sato ’19 with the International Community Recognition Award.
  • Paige Morrisey
    Paige Morrisey ’19 received the Frank Meyer Student Life Award and the Outstanding Contribution to Campus Wellness Award.
  • Presenter Claire Leitzen hugs winner Karla Gutierrez-Hernandez ’19
    Presenter Claire Leitzen from admissions hugs Karla Gutierrez-Hernandez ’19 after presenting the Franklin D. Meyer Student Ambassador Award.
  • Mireya Rosas Barajas
    The Office of the Chaplains presented Mireya Rosas Barajas ’19 with the Social Justice Leadership Award.
  • Tova Hershman ’19
    Tova Hershman ’19 introduces the winner of the Colonel Percey Willis Award, Michelle Hicks ’20.

Students who have made positive contributions to the Willamette community were recognized at the Honors and Awards in Bearcat Excellence on April 25.

Here is the complete list of 2019 recipients.

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