Student Engagement and Leadership 2019 Award Winners

Student organizations provide many key activities, events, and experiences that make the Miami experience the best undergraduate experience in the nation. The Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) Celebration is a recognition ceremony recognizing the dedication and hard work of various student organizations, as well as members and advisors of student organizations each year.

The 2019 award recipients include: 

Most Original Event of the Year - Heelz: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Outstanding Multicultural Event of the Year - An Evening with Engineers Without Borders: Engineers Without Borders

Outstanding Collaborative Event of the Year - For Love & Honor 5K: MUSF, Alpha Kappa Psi, Active Minds, Associated Student Government, Delta Sigma Pi, and Pi Sigma Epsilon

Outstanding Poster and Flyer - African Students' Union

Outstanding PublicationHappy Captive Magazine

Rising Leader of the Year - Sophie Dent, Engineers Without Borders; Reid Nelson, Chi Psi; Abebba Araya, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; and Claire Drew, Delta Delta Delta

Students from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and their awards Students from Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc., and their awardsOutstanding Organization President of the Year - Rachel Steed, Miami University Fashion & Design;
Chris Crouse, Sigma Chi; Aonesti Williams, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; and Allison Hess, Delta Zeta

Outstanding Council Officer - Darcey Murphy, Zeta Tau Alpha

Warren T. Nelson Award for Outstanding Service - Tim Reiman, Tau Kappa Epsilon

Dr. Richard Nault Scholarship - Cassidy Hemm, Alpha Omicron Pi; Matt Avdey, Tau Kappa Epsilon

Advisor of the Year - Joy Usner, Miami University Student Foundation

Off-Campus Advisor of the Year - Jane Armstrong, Cru

Grace Daniels Outstanding Sorority Advisor of the Year - Lauren Sherrard, Zeta Tau Alpha; Sabrina Larson, Zeta Tau Alpha

Brian Breittholz Fraternity Advisor of the Year - Suraj Maraboyina, Delta Chi; Mickey Callendar, Alpha Chi Rho

Crossroads Oxford, winners of the Most Improved Organization of the Year awardStudents from Crossroads Oxford, recipients of Most Improved Organization of the YearJerry Miller Outstanding Fraternity Faculty/Staff Advisor Award - Dr. Kelley Kimple, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Phillip And Martha Shriver Outstanding Greek Man - Lorenzo Guidi, Sigma Phi Epsilon

Phillip And Martha Shriver Outstanding Greek Woman - Emily Wolfzorn, Alpha Omicron Pi

Andrew Herman Memorial Chapter Excellence - Chi Psi; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; and Delta Delta Delta

Most Improved Organization of the Year - Crossroads Oxford

Outstanding New OrganizationMU Cubing Association

Event of the Year - RECON, League of Geeks

Outstanding Student Organization Leader - Lexie Adams, Engineers Without Borders; Emily Collins, National Residence Hall Honorary

Organizations of the Year - Miami University Fashion & Design and Engineers Without Borders