Year-End Tradition Honors Students, Organizations for Exemplary Service
– Photos by Sara H. Ousby, associate director of student activities for diversity and cultural life
A complete list of award-winners follows:
Student Leader of the Year
Paul A. Evans
New Student Leader of the Year
Anthony D. Gobbi
Adviser of the Year
Todd M. Keeley
Outstanding Student Organization of the Year
Penn College Construction Association
Most Improved Student Organization of the Year
Outstanding Senator of the Year
Gracie R. Cooper
Outstanding Community Service Program of the Year
Phi Mu Delta Fraternity
Outstanding Philanthropy of the Year
Outstanding Program of the Year
Running Without ED
New Program of the Year
Wildcat Events Board
Greek New Member of the Year
Evan N. Moore
Greek Member of the Year
Samuel R. Scheide
Greek Scholar of the Year
Bhismadut B. Contractor
Greek Academic Achievement Award
Sigma Nu Fraternity
Chapter of the Year
Phi Mu Delta Fraternity
Penn College Community Betterment Program of the Year
Penn College Alliance
Student Leader Committed to Social Justice and Diversity
Wesley G. Ginnick
Student Leader Legacy Scholarship Recipients
Kyle D. Bomboy and Kyani L. Lawrence
Selected as Most Improved Student Organization of the Year was the Penn College Diners Club.
Next year's SGA President Zachary T. Peachey accepts the gavel from predecessor Ryan A. Gibson in an annual tradition.
Guest speaker Barbara Hudock, with Anthony J. Pace, assistant director of student activities for student organizations/orientation
Robb Dietrich (left), executive director of the Penn College Foundation, joins recent Student Leader Legacy Scholarship winners. From left are Kyle D. Bomboy, a co-recipient for 2014-15; Lauren J. Crouse and Julie H. Carr, selected in 2013-14; and Kyani L. Lawrence, this year's other honoree.
Advised by Sara H. Ousby (left), PC Alliance took the night's two newest awards. The organization was chosen as Penn College Community Betterment Program of the Year and its president, Wesley G. Ginnick (second from left) was recognized as a Student Leader Committed to Social Justice and Diversity.
The Penn College Construction Association, advised by Barmey A. Kahn IV (lower right), was named Outstanding Student Organization of the Year.
The brothers of Phi Mu Delta fraternity, some of whom were individually honored during the evening, join adviser Jeffrey D. Filko (top left) in being honored as Chapter of the Year and Outstanding Community Service Program of the Year.
Running Without ED, founded by Julie H. Carr (left) and mentored by Shannon L. Skaluba, was selected as Outstanding Program of the Year.
Student Government Association President Ryan A Gibson congratulates Gracie R. Cooper, SGA's Senator of the Year.
Presented with the Greek Academic Achievement Award, the brothers of Sigma Nu show that fraternity membership and good grades can co-exist.
Members of the Wildcat Events Board, with adviser Allison A. Bressler (right), were honored for New Program of the Year.