Social Work named NRHH spotlight of the month

UW-Green Bay Social Work was selected as the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) spotlight of the month for March. Amid a busy second semester, Social Work undergraduate students presented a year-long Live Algoma project and the Social Work Club hosted an advocacy booth on sex trafficking and hosted a sex trafficking advocate from the Sexual Assault Center as a guest speaker. NRHH is an organization that recognizes individuals and programs that go above and beyond the call of duty and shows great leadership throughout the campus community.

 

Berg honored by campus NRHH chapter

The campus chapter of NRHH — the National Residence Hall Honorary — has informed UW-Green Bay staff member Kristina Berg that she has been chosen staff member of the month. The citation noted Berg’s daily dedication to students through her work with GBOSS, the One Stop Shop, and her extra efforts overseeing the evening, volunteer call team set up by UW-Green Bay Admissions to aid in recruitment.
 

Saxton earns National Residence Hall Honorary of the Month Award


The campus chapter of NRHH – the National Residence Hall Honorary – has informed student Allie Saxton that she has been chosen executive board member of the month. Her nominators praised her “extraordinary leadership skills in her role as president of the (Residence Life) Phase 2 Community Council,” and in organizing major events, reaching out to involve all members in meetings and activities, and recruiting new members and leaders to the organization.

Faculty note: Clampitt lauded by student, honored by NRHH

Prof. Phillip Clampitt, Information and Computing Science and Communication, has been selected by the National Residence Hall Honorary as the Institution Faculty/Staff Member of the Month for September 2014. NRHH recognizes individuals who show great dedication and leadership throughout the campus community, according to the organization. A student nominated Clampitt for the honor, calling his “Great Career Fantasy” project — in which students research their dream job — not only enjoyable but “the most useful project I have ever done.” The student cites other examples of highly relevant coursework, noting that “he always finds a way to relate his teachings to real-life experiences, regardless of who you are, and I have never found a professor to be more practical and inspirational.” More on NRHH.