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The 2013 Awards

Congratulations to all the 2013 ExCEL Award Recipients.

Student of the Year

School of the Arts – Grace Musser
School of Business – Charles Kelchner
School of Education, Health, and Human Performance – Courtney Pittman
School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Emily Rogers
School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs – Jocelyn Moratzka
School of Sciences and Mathematics – Christopher Asuzu
Graduate School – Jose Aviles
Female Student Athlete of the Year – LaTisha Harris
Male Student Athlete of the Year – Andrew Lawrence
The Community Impact Award – Colleen Sullivan
Septima P. Clark – Jordon Holland
Lucille S. Whipper – LaQunya Baker
Eugene C. Hunt (Rising Senior Minority Student) – Angela Dapremont
Eugene C. Hunt (Rising Junior Minority Student) Daryl O’Bryant

Faculty of the Year

School of the Arts – Yiorgos Vassilandonakis
School of Education, Health, and Human Performance – Jon Hale
School of Humanities and Social Sciences – Vince Benigni
School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs – Marianne Verlinden
School of Sciences and Mathematics – Deborah Bidwell
Graduate School – Genevieve Howe Hay

Other Award Categories

Outstanding Staff Member of the Year – Earline White
The Unsung Champion Award – Clayton Nagy
The Good Neighbor Award – William Roumillat
The Eddie Ganaway Distinguished Alumni Award – Mitchell Leverette
Safe Zone Advocacy Award – Robin Garcia
Diversity Service of the Year Award – Angela Cozart
Diversity Service of the Year Award – Denny Ciganovic
Diversity Service of the Year Award – Paul Bradley, Jr.
Demetria N. Clemons Distinguished Mentor Award – Anne McNeal

The Presidential Legacy Awards

The President Leo I. Higdon Outstanding Leadership Award – Devon Turner
The President Alex Sanders Outstanding Public Service Award – Michelle Smith
The President Theodore Stern Visionary Award –John Ashbury Zeigler, Jr
The President Harry Lightsey Humanitarian Award – Christine Jackson