APPLES and BPSS student participants receive Chancellor’s Awards

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Congratulations to these students involved in the APPLES Service-Learning and Buckley Public Service Scholars programs. Each received Chancellor’s Awards recognizing their academic or service leadership.

  • Amanda Baldiga ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Howard W. Odum Undergraduate Sociology Award, given to the senior judged by the department faculty as the most outstanding in academic performance.
  • Sarah Barger ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Peter C. Baxter Memorial Prize in American Studies, given to the undergraduate in that discipline who best exemplifies Baxter’s intellectual excellence, personal warmth and creativity.
  • Aidan Berry ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Edward McGowan Hedgpeth Award, given to the two undergraduates in Alpha Epsilon Delta voted most outstanding in service.
  • Rachel Brown ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the he Panhellenic Council Woman of the Year Award, given to the undergraduate who has made the most significant contributions in leadership, scholarship and service to her chapter and the Greek and University communities.
  • Kevin Claybren ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Frank Porter Graham Award, given to the senior who has made the most outstanding contribution to realization of the human ideals of equality, dignity and community.
  • Christopher Cunningham ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Robert White Linker Award, given to the most outstanding undergraduate residence hall officer.
  • Zachary Ferguson ’07 , a Buckley Public Service Scholar received the Albert and Gladys Hall Coates Award, given to the member of the Student Congress whose service through the Student Congress is judged most outstanding on criteria of statesmanship, commitment and constructive involvement in issues affecting the quality of the University community.
  • Joel Hage ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, given to one man and one woman in the graduating class who have best demonstrated unselfish interest in human welfare.
  • Brooke Hill ’15, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Jane Craige Gray Memorial Award, given to the junior woman judged most outstanding in character, scholarship and leadership.
  • Joshua King ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Walter S. Spearman Award, given to the senior man judged most outstanding in academic achievement, extracurricular activities, leadership qualities and strength of character.
  • Nicole Lawing ’14,a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Edward McGowan Hedgpeth Award, given to the two undergraduates in Alpha Epsilon Delta voted most outstanding in service to campus and community through the society.
  • Lisa Owusu-Antwiwaah ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the National Pan-Hellenic Council Award, given to the undergraduate who has made the most significant contributions in leadership, scholarship and service to his or her individual chapter and the Greek and university communities.
  • Sharessa Royster ’15, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the George Moses Horton Award for Multicultural Leadership, given to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, initiative and creativity in multicultural education programs.
  • Courtney Sanford ’13, a Buckley Public Service Scholar and APPLES Service-Learning organizer received the the Irene F. Lee Award, given to the senior woman judged most outstanding in leadership, character and scholarship.
  • Katie Savage ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, to one man and one woman in the graduating class who have best demonstrated unselfish interest in human welfare.
  • Anna Sturkey ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the L. Richardson Preyer Award for Excellence in Political Science, given to a senior judged by a faculty committee to have established the most distinguished record of scholarship in political science and community service. She also received the Ferebee Taylor Award, given to the member of the graduating class who has made the greatest contribution to the continued vitality and strength of the Honor Code in the community.
  • Jasmine Sun ’16, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Keith Shawn Smith Award for Community Development and Mentorship, given to the resident adviser or resident adviser mentor who has created a strong community, meaningful mentoring relationships and campus connections.
  • Nathan Tilley ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Bernard Boyd Memorial Prize, given to the senior majoring in religious studies who has been selected by a faculty committee as most outstanding in academic achievement.
  • Julia Whitley ’15, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the I.R. Hagadorn Award, given to the outstanding rising senior biology major with the highest GPA in biology courses and who has demonstrated excellence and dedication in undergraduate research.
  • Chenxi Yu ’14, a Buckley Public Service Scholar participant received the Undergraduate Prize in Economics, given to the economics major judged most outstanding, based on performance in major and related courses.

For a complete list of Chancellor’s Award recipients, see UNC News.