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NORTHERN CAMPUS ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

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BY LYNDA F. RYSAVY | April 23, 2019

The Northern Campus Achievement Awards were presented on April 9 to recognize outstanding students, faculty and staff on the FAU Jupiter Campus. Congratulations to the 2018-19 award recipients:

EXCEPTIONAL FACULTY AWARDS
· Gwendolyn Carey, College of Education
· Carmen Canete Quesada, Ph.D., Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College 
· Brenda Claiborne, Ph.D., Charles E. Schmidt College of Science

EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT AWARDS
· Shela Leroy, College of Education
· Tucker Hindle. College of Engineering and Computer Science
· Jessica Chomik, Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College

CAMPUS LIFE AWARDS
· Rising Star Award: Alexandra Rosado Torres
· Volunteer of the Year: Cassidy Brydon
· Unsung Hero: Aura Johnson
· Student Employee of the Year: Sarah Tolve
· Owl of the Year: Danielle V. Salick
· Staff of the Year: Mark DeHass

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Florida Atlantic University in Jupiter awarded 10 scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students at the Northern Campus Achievement Awards.

GRADUATE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS:
· Marie E. Mahovertz
· Aliza Sloan

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS:
· Abigal Chavez
· Wyatt A. Davis
· Pierce Hermann
· Makenna King
· Elizabeth Lanzon
· Kyle Owen
· Luis Henrique Pollon

ROBERT FRIEDMAN SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT:
· Erica Yedwab “This year, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute awarded 10 $1,000 scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students on the FAU Jupiter campus, including three $1,000 scholarships from the proceeds of our LUNAFEST© film festival and one $1,000 scholarship in memory of Robert Friedman,” said Eliah Watlington, Ph.D., associate provost and executive director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in Jupiter.

“The students that received the scholarships are wonderful representatives of the FAU student body – the committee who chooses the recipients was extremely impressed by each student’s impressive academic qualifications.”

The primary criteria for the scholarship selection were a candidate’s demonstrated academic achievement and leadership performance.

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