Love & Honor Story Project Honors Student Accomplishments

There’s a new way on campus to recognize and celebrate students for their positive contributions to the campus community and beyond.

The office of the dean of students recently launched the Love & Honor Story Project to recognize students who live and embody the code of Love and Honor. Through the initiative, students can nominate their peers for making a positive impact, and for living the code of Love and Honor.

“There are so many outlets featuring student mistakes or campus issues,” said Dean of Students Dr. Kimberly Moore. “We thought it was important to celebrate the good work and positive contributions so many of our students are engaged in throughout their college experience.”

The Dean of Students’ Advisory Board will review nominations and select recipients on a monthly basis. Seven students will be selected each academic year. Their stories will be shared, promoted and featured on Miami websites, social media, and newsletters. They will also be recognized at the SEAL award ceremony in April.

“We hope it serves to highlight the best of us and serve as a counternarrative to the negative stories that are told about our students and community,” said Moore. “We know there are exceptional efforts to better our community and we want to make sure that story is told.” 

The nomination form is now available on the Love & Honor Story Project website. Only current students may submit a nomination.

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