The Keith M. Miser Leadership Award is presented to the student who has been successful in campus leadership endeavors. This award honors Keith's idea of student involvement and recognizes a student who has contributed to the campus through their leadership on campus. One of the two recipients of the Keith M. Miser Leadership Award is Michael Chan (He/Him Pronouns).
The Class of ’67 Award is presented to the senior student who has been active in student activities, has received university recognition in a varsity sport, and/or has been elected to an office in a recognized student activity. One of the two recipients of the Class of ’67 Award is Cara Cahill (she/her pronouns).
Kelly Hamshaw is on a mission to change the world by equipping her students with the skills and values to tackle complex challenges and improve the quality of life for people in the communities in which they live and serve.
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