ODU Students, Faculty and Staff Recognized with Leadership Awards
Columbus, OH (43219) – Ohio Dominican University (ODU) students, faculty and staff were recognized at its annual Celebrating Leadership Awards ceremony, held Monday, April 22, 2013 in the Bishop James A. Griffin Student Center, located on ODU’s main campus at 1216 Sunbury Road, Columbus, 43219.
The Celebrating Leadership Awards recognize the achievements of individual students and student organizations at Ohio Dominican University. Award recipients were nominated by students, faculty and staff.
The following is a list of award recipients.
Outstanding Leadership in Community Service: Nellie Krumlauf
Advisor of the Year: Tim Micek, D.A.
Diversity Action Award: Kiani Mullins
Dominican Spirit Award: Ashley Swartz
Emerging Leader Award: Andrea Haller
Most Improved Student Organization: St. Albert Society
Outstanding Leader Award: Eli Kovach
Program of the Year: It’s Abuse Committee:Mock Trial
Student Organization Member of the Year: Tyronte Hill
Student Organization of the Year: Women of Worth
Panther Pride (Inaugural Award): Molly Novak
Outstanding First Year Resident Advisor: Ashley Swartz
Outstanding Returner Resident Advisor: Taylor Wray
Outstanding Community Builder: Taylor Wray and Scott Nguyen
Above and Beyond the Call of Duty: Scott Nguyen
Outstanding Under Pressure: Tonnisha English
Bishop James A. Griffin Exemplary Staff Member Award: Sam Ridenour
Award recipients were greeted by ODU President Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D. Closing remarks were offered by Vice President for Student Development Jamie Caridi, Ph.D.
“Ohio Dominican is fortunate to have so many members of our community that care deeply about the life of the campus,” said President Cimbolic. “We are grateful to each leader and every student organization for putting in the time and effort to make ODU the engaging place that it is.”
Ohio Dominican University is a four-year private liberal arts and master’s institution, founded in 1911 in the Catholic and Dominican tradition. The University has approximately 2,700 students and offers undergraduate degrees in 42 majors as well as seven graduate degree programs. Ohio Dominican uses a student-centered approach, with a commitment to quality teaching and learning.