The National Society of Leadership and Success Chapter at University of Evansville inducted 38 new members on Tuesday, December 8. This semester’s induction ceremony included the presentation of several awards and scholarships. In addition, new chapter officers were announced and installed.
Excellence in Teaching and Honorary membership was awarded to Dr. Paul Parkison, Department of Education chair, and Andrew Lampkins, assistant professor of chemistry.
The University of Evansville chapter also awarded $1000 in scholarships to five students.
UE students Mandy Ford, Jalen Lee and Julie Saucerman all received The Building a Better World Scholarship. This is awarded to the student, or students, who most exemplify the moto of The National Society of Leadership and Success, which is “We build leaders who make a better world.”
UE student Morgan Walker received The Impact Scholarship. This is awarded to the student who has been most impacted by their membership in The National Society of Leadership and Success.
UE student Kaylan Jacob was awarded the Future Success Scholarship. This need-based award is given to a senior who is applying to graduate school, and is to be used for graduate school preparation courses or graduate school tuition.
UE students Taylor Rodgers and Katlyn Slater were recognized with the Nationally Engaged Leader Award.
The Society also would like to recognize and congratulate UE student Mandy Ford who was awarded a $1000 Emerging Leader Scholarship by the National Society of Leadership and Success!
This semester’s inductees include:
Abdullah Bin Swidan*
Jeanette Campbell Hall*
*Indicates Presidential Level- GPA of 3.3 or above