President's Volunteer Service Award

The President's Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) is a way to recognize and honor service-related contributions that individuals, families, students and groups are doing in their communities. Miami students wishing to qualify for this award must track their service hours using NobleHour. The awards are based on the number of service hours completed during a student's time at Miami.

2014 PVSA Awardees

2015 PVSA Recipients

Gold Award (250+ service hours):

Alyssa Ellsworth, junior, Early Childhood Education

Amber Brown, junior, Psychology and Sport Leadership and Management

Charles Lantz, senior, Middle Childhood Education

Catherine Lok, junior, Biology and Premedical Studies

Jillian O'Neil, senior, Kinesiology and Nutrition

Miranda Stowe, junior, Marketing

Silver Award (175-249 service hours):

Claire Gilbert, senior, Statistics

Lauren Gottschalk, junior, Psychology

Emily Kuhn, senior, Middle Childhood Education

Calen Settles, senior, Music Education

Bronze Award (100-174 service hours):

Elizabeth Arington, senior, Family Studies

Melanie Bukovec, senior, Bioengineering

Emily Cole, junior, Health Promotion

Samantha Garner, senior, Speech Pathology and Audiology

Alexandra Harris, senior, Supplly Chain and Operations Management

Cara Murphy, senior, Biology and Premedical Studies

Novel Novak, junior, Early Childhood Education and Teaching English Language Learners

Migle Staniskyte, senior, Psychology

Samantha Thurman, senior, Marketing