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Seniors receive President's Distinguished Service Award

04/25/2013

Front row: Lauren Hall, Dr. Hodge, Erica Fox, John Stefanski  Second row: Rachel Skipper, Aaron Nightingale, William Price, Stephanie Babiarz  Back row: Alyssa Di Cara, Ashley Malin, Kaitlin Chokreff, Charlotte Freeman and Ashley Hampton. Not pictured: Ryan Martini
Front row: Lauren Hall, Dr. Hodge, Erica Fox, John Stefanski Second row: Rachel Skipper, Aaron Nightingale, William Price, Stephanie Babiarz Back row: Alyssa Di Cara, Ashley Malin, Kaitlin Chokreff, Charlotte Freeman and Ashley Hampton. Not pictured: Ryan Martini
The Miami University President's Distinguished Service Award was presented to 13 graduating seniors for their contributions to the campus, the greater community and to higher education.

The recipients of the award are:

Stephanie Anne Babiarz, kinesiology, published research about extreme alcohol consumption and its relation to restricted calorie consumption and exercise among college students.

Kaitlin Cecilia Chokreff, marketing, is a leader in the area of sports marketing for varsity, club and intramural sports.

Alyssa Di Cara, international studies and geography, is a voice of justice and equity on Miami’s campus.

Erica Ashley Fox, anthropology and environmental principles and practices, gives exemplary service to campus life, to the community, as a university employee and through her intellectual and cultural leadership, particularly in environmental sustainability.

Charlotte Christine Freeman, botany, received this award for her contributions to the Harry T. Wilks Leadership Institute.

Lauren Michelle-Lytle Hall, speech communication, received this award for her contributions to campus life and new student programs at Miami University Hamilton.

Ashley Nicole Hampton, integrative studies and criminal justice, is honored for her service as a student worker in the Center for Civic Engagement and office of student activities at Miami University Hamilton.

Ashley Catherine Malin, anthropology and sociology, provided excellent service leadership in the Scripps Gerontology Center through the Opening Minds through Art (OMA) program.

Ryan Stephen Martini, integrated mathematics education, is honored for his service to campus life and his leadership in the university’s honors program and the Harry T. Wilks Leadership Institute.

Aaron Mark Nightingale, supply chain and operations management, contributed to campus life and the Oxford community through his work in Pi Sigma Epsilon and the Farmer School of Business.

William Charles Price Jr., supply chain and operations management, contributed to campus life through his work in the Buck Rodgers Business Leadership Program, the Rinella Learning Center and Spectrum and as a peer mentor in the Farmer School of Business.

Rachel Ann Skipper, psychology, is receiving this honor for her work in the Howe Writing Center and the department of psychology.

John William Stefanski, public administration, served in Miami’s Associated Student Government and was a contributing member to the Miami 2020: Moments that Transform Coordinating Team.

The recipients of the award also automatically receive the senior service leadership award during a special ceremony Friday, May 3.

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