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Awards & Recognition

Excellence in Service Award

Spring 2017 Student award winners:

Congratulations to the following students who are all recognized as recipients of the Dean of Community Service Excellence in Service Award. These 35 students are all graduating seniors or graduate students and have verified 200+ hours of University-based community service. These students have a combined total of more than 24,000 service hours. This represents an estimated $500,000 economic impact to our community. Congratulations to them for their leadership and for their service.

  1. Kirsten Allen, Athletic Training
  2. Ediben Avak, Athletic Training
  3. Katelyn Brewer, Athletic Training
  4. Sommier Brooks, Organizational Communication
  5. Kristin Champagne, Biology
  6. Denise Clark, Music Business
  7. Jantzen Collette, Biology
  8. Kendal Davis, Secondary Education
  9. Katelyn Dean, Athletic Training
  10. Brittany Domingue, Anthropology & Political Science
  11. Alyssa Favrot, Architecture (Graduate)
  12. Fatima Fazal-ur-Rehman, Biology & Chemistry
  13. Joshua Floyd, Architecture
  14. Taylor Girouard, Environmental Science
  15. Dylan Harrell, Psychology (Graduate)
  16. Joshua Harrington, Athletic Training
  17. Nia Jackson, Psychology
  18. Keiana Johnson, Kinesiology
  19. Quinton Jones, Sports Medicine
  20. Nadia Khansa, Psychology
  21. Marcus Knox, Informatics
  22. Brenna LeDay, Accounting
  23. Marina Ledet, Mathematics
  24. Elizabeth Louviere, Criminal Justice (Graduate)
  25. Steven Nguyen, Industrial Technology
  26. Irianne Nicholas, Athletic Training
  27. Ashton Orr, Kinesiology
  28. Dionne Paul, Finance
  29. Brianna Pryer, Dietetics
  30. Bradley Reaux, Athletic Training
  31. Ashlyn Rivers, Kinesiology
  32. Rodrick Theyard Jr., Kinesiology
  33. Victoria Tassin, Nursing
  34. Desiree' Williams, General Studies
  35. Darius Young, Sports Management

President's Honor Roll

In 2014, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette earned a place on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the third consecutive year.

Membership in the Honor Roll recognizes the part colleges and universities play in volunteering and service. It's the highest federal recognition a university can receive for its commitment to community, service-learning, and civic engagement. That's over 150,000 hours of service, by over 7,000 volunteers every single year.