Event recognized contributions to the University and service to the local community
HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., April 25, 2022—Centenary University recognized 20 students, as well as an advisor and the University’s Health Services office, at the annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony on April 23. The ceremony celebrated outstanding contributions to the University and surrounding communities.
“Each year, we recognize Centenary University students who make a tremendous impact on the lives of others, both on campus and in our local community,” said Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students Kerry Mullins. “This year’s honorees are a remarkable group who are committed to their work in the classroom, as well as making positive contributions throughout the Skylands Region.”
The University’s Health Services office was honored with the Making a Difference in Outstanding Community Engagement Award, while Erin Andersen, Ph.D., was presented with the Advisor of the Year Award.
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Individual student award recipients are:
Ridgefield—Matthew Suttora, The Douglas Wolfe Turrell Community Service Award
Mount Laurel—Tamar Wertz, The Eugene A. Noble Award
East Orange—Iyannah Whitaker, The Douglas Wolfe Turrell Community Service Award
Irvington—Darnel Burnette, Seay Honors
Newark—Onoshope Itunoya Musa, Lotte Honors; Christina Nelums, Commitment to Justice Award
Jersey City—Bryianna Cameron-Frazier, Greek Leadership Award
Trenton—Rashell Delacruz, Culture and Community Award
South Plainfield—Kayla Morales, Remote Student of the Year
East Hanover—Jenna Glinko, The Catapano Family Community Service Award
Netcong—Kora Milligan, The Rev. Dr. Jonathan Meeker Award
Wharton—Zachary Orr, Commuter of the Year
Bridgewater—Lauren Fernicola, Centenary Spirit Award
Stanhope—Andrea Fattorusso, The Dr. Charles Frederickson Award
Hackettstown—Samantha Johnson, The Beacon for the Region Award
Bushkill—James Brandes, The Everett Johnson Award
Lansdale—Jessica McKenzie, The Judith Deacon Tartaglia Memorial Award
Schererville—Alexandra Koch, The Robert Trevorrow Award
Port Jervis—Sekaya Gamble, President of the Year
Nottingham—Ellie Roberts, International Student of the Year
ABOUT CENTENARY UNIVERSITY
Founded in 1867 by the Newark Conference of the United Methodist Church, Centenary University’s academic program integrates a solid liberal arts foundation with a strong career orientation. This mix provides an educational experience that prepares students to succeed in the increasingly global and interdependent world. The University’s main campus is located in Hackettstown, N.J., with its equestrian facility in Washington Township.