Phuture Phoenix presents Whitney Radder award

UW-Green Bay’s Phuture Phoenix program recently awarded the Whitney Radder Phuture Phoenix Phenomenal Role Model Award for the Spring 2014 semester to freshman Biology major and Education minor Spencer Turriff.

Turriff was a Phuture Phoenix role model during spring semester at Green Bay West High School, tutoring students to increase academic achievement. He was nominated and awarded this honor due to his commitment, service and the strong relationships he built with students and staff at West. Turriff accumulated 99 field hours for the semester, nearly three times the minimum requirement of 35 hours. This award is given to a deserving role model in honor of Whitney Radder, a UW-Green Bay student and Phuture Phoenix role model pursuing a degree in Education who was tragically killed in a car accident while a student at UW-Green Bay.

Pictured from left to right are Phuture Phoenix Director Kim Desotell, Spencer Turriff, Phuture Phoenix Phellow Jared Spude, Institute for Learning Partnership Associate Director Juliet Cole and Institute for Learning Partnership Director and Education Chair Tim Kaufman.


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