UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Chancellor’s Award for Students 2022 recipients: left to right, in front Joe Schlies, Chancellor Maria Gallo and Brigitte Ledferd. In back, Ian Carter, Kit Zuelke, Natalie Rodgers, Courtney Carson, Kaye Anderson and Isabella Forliti.
April 20, 2022 – Eight University of Wisconsin-River Falls students received the Chancellor’s Award for Students on Tuesday.
The Chancellor’s Award is the highest non-academic honor students can receive at the university. It recognizes students who have shown distinguished leadership and service while on campus.
“The honorees are a testament to our mission to prepare students to be productive, creative, ethical, engaged citizens and leaders with an informed global perspective. A review of the nomination materials submitted makes it clear our students are successfully living this mission,” said Chancellor Maria Gallo.
Gallo congratulated the recipients and encouraged them to continue their commitment to excellence and service.
Chancellor Award recipients are:
The awards were presented during a reception in the Riverview Ballroom, University Center. Jamie Zamjahn, assistant chancellor for student success, introduced the recipients.
Beth Schommer, chief of staff and Chancellor’s Award for Students Committee chair, noted students are nominated by a faculty member, staff member or a student peer. Student recipients demonstrate undergraduate research, inclusivity and service to the community and university. First awarded in 1980, the award has been presented to 310 outstanding students.
For more information, email Schommer at firstname.lastname@example.org.