Glendon students recognized for leadership and engagement

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Students of York University’s Glendon Campus were recognized recently for their leadership in academics and contributions to the community and to Glendon.

These outstanding achievements are highlighted through the Student Engagement Awards, where students are nominated by their peers.

This year’s awards and recipients include:

Margaret Wallace Leadership Award – awarded to a student who has demonstrated participation and leadership in campus life, with priority given to those involved in sport
Recipient: Rikki Van Goozen

David McQueen Bursary – awarded to a Glendon student who has been actively involved in college life.
Recipient: Moboluwajidide Joseph

Convocation Award of Excellence for Student Leadership – awarded to a graduating student who has been an exceptional leader, one who has made a consistent and valuable contribution to the community at Glendon.
Recipients: Katherine Aquino and Jean-Pierre D’Angelo

New Leader Award – recognizing the contributions of a student who has recently become involved in student activities and demonstrates commitment and leadership potential.
Recipient: Anjelica Ramsewack

Outstanding Contribution Awards – acknowledging the achievements of committed students who have had a positive impact on the student experience at Glendon by generously dedicating their time and talents.
Recipients: Magdalena Kajo, Kacem Coulibaly and Diogo Mello

Prix Molière – awarded to a student who has made important contributions to Theatre Glendon.
Recipient: Delphine Guet-McCreight

Robert Wallace Award of Merit – given to a Glendon student demonstrating a strong record of involvement in, and positive contribution to, Theatre Glendon.
Recipients: Francine Prevost and Jordan Tzouhas

John Proctor Award – awarded to a returning Glendon student for outstanding contributions to the Glendon Athletic & Recreation program in terms of organization, leadership and program promotion.
Recipient: Kelsey Charette

Service bursaries and internships – more than 25 students received positions this year through the Hire an Undergraduate Glendon Student (HUGS) program and through service bursaries at Glendon.

Glendon Research Mentorship Awards – given to select top scholars, who were matched to work closely with faculty members on a research project. This year, there were 14 participants:

  • Lauren Palmira Castelino
  • Rosamaria Conenna
  • Maria-Clara Moraes Eberlein
  • Harman Kahlon
  • Anmol Kaur
  • Claire Jayne Koch
  • Ana Greta Kraljevic
  • Christy Lynn Lorenz
  • Eleana Joyce Norton
  • Hana Mikayla Rawji
  • Isabel Reanna Simpliciano
  • Leah Rebekah Stammis
  • Zackery David Walker
  • Jennifer Bianca Weerasinghe