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Heading the list of honorees at the semi-annual University Leadership Awards program on Friday evening, Dec. 14, will be seven graduating seniors who be presented the Chancellor’s Medallion. As chosen by a Universitywide selection committee for sustained academic and community achievement over their UW-Green Bay careers, students receiving the medallions are:
Carly Beranek, Mundelein, Ill., Human Development and Spanish, magna cum laude
Morgan Hill, Oshkosh, Human Biology
Wendy Huber, Monroe, Theatre, magna cum laude
Erica Kiela, Plymouth, Human Biology, summa cum laude
Jessica Lind, Greenville, Human Biology, magna cum laude
Brandon McMullen, Plymouth, Human Biology, cum laude
Kristie Walker, Bloomer, Human Development and Psychology, cum laude

Also honored at awards night: Leadership honorees
Another 10 students will be honored with Fall 2012 University Leadership Awards, designed to recognize undergraduates who have contributed to the growth and development of a registered student organization or who have exhibited a commitment to community service, while remaining in good academic standing.

Those honorees are:
Matthew Balson, Fond du Lac, Business Administration; Christopher Crain, Clintonville, Human Biology; Luanne Funmaker, Green Bay, First Nations Studies and Psychology; Andrew Geiwitz, Green Bay, Communication; Miranda Knudson, Bloomer, Communication; Carla Martin, New Franken, Environmental Policy and Planning; Emily Ose, Wisconsin Rapids, Human Biology; Andrea Patrick, Kenosha, Education; Morgan Rikli, Sun Prairie, Human Biology; and Staci Thompson, Appleton, Arts Management

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Interested in attending? — The Office of Student Life sponsors the awards program. Following the Dec. 14 presentation ceremony at 6 p.m. in Theatre Hall, a reception will take place in the University Union Phoenix Room. Questions may be directed to 465-2720 or osl@uwgb.edu.

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