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Division of Student Affairs Recognizes CMSV Students for Their Achievements
5/6/2013 - Riverdale, N.Y. —The College of Mount Saint Vincent Division of Student Affairs hosted a Student Recognition Award Ceremony Wednesday, May 1, 2013. The event acknowledged 24 students for their accomplishments during the 2012-2013 academic year. 
Student Affairs Awards 2013
College of Mount Saint Vincent Students recognized
for their achievements during the Student Recognition Award Ceremony
organized by the Division of Student Affairs Wednesday, May 1, 2013
More than 100 students, faculty, and staff from the Athletics Division, Office of Campus Ministry, Office of Housing and Residence Life, Office of Student Activities, and Office of Commuter Life and Leadership, attended the event.

To view photos from the Student Recognition Award Ceremony, please visit the College of Mount Saint Vincent’s Facebook page. 

2013 Student Recognition Awards

Scholar-Athletes of the Year
Janna Libby ’14, Hubert Bararwandika ’14
Awarded to the male and female student-athlete with the highest cumulative GPA as recorded from the most recent semester. The student-athlete must have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours at CMSV to be considered for this award.

Male Athlete of the Year Award
James Zuccaro ’16
Awarded to the most outstanding athlete for the current academic year.  

Female Athlete of the Year Award
Kelly Fraser ’15
Awarded to the most outstanding athlete for the current academic year.  

Chuck Mancuso Dedication Award
Michael Knott ’13
Awarded to one student-athlete (male or female) who demonstrates the traits of dedication, commitment and character to CMSV. Chuck Mancuso was a trusted colleague and friend who served the College as Director of Athletics for 20+ years.  

Student Organization Community Service  
MAD (Make a Difference)
Awarded to the student organization that has demonstrated exceptional commitment to serving others and whose efforts have made a difference or has brought awareness to the campus community.

Advisor of the Year
Associate Professor of English Sarah Stevenson
Awarded to the faculty or staff member who dedicates their time in a volunteer capacity to a student organization at the Mount.
Outstanding Organization Event 
Relay for Life
Awarded to the student organization event that impacted the Mount community greatly.

Community Developer of the Year  
Rema Sayed ’14
Awarded to the RA who created the best programs and developed the best community for their residents.
RA of the Year
Louisa Jamgochian ’15 
This award is the highest award an RA can receive. The recipient of this honor has excelled on every aspect of the position, has gone above and beyond the position, and is the model RA.
Platinum Award 
Jaisymol Raju ’15
Awarded to the RA who staff feels is available to help without coercion or tears. This person might be heard saying, “What else can I do?” This staff member is always present and available to assist. When this person is called upon they shine and are willing to lend a helping hand even when they are not on duty.

Rookie of the Year
Stacey Cabezas ’13   
Awarded to the RA who has developed and grown into the position for the 2012-2013 academic year.  This person displays great potential future leadership on staff and on campus.

Class of the Year  
Class of 2016
Awarded to the class has shown perseverance during all the trials they have endured during the year.

Student Government Leadership Award 
Rebecca Guzman ’15  
Awarded to an outstanding member of SGA.

Outstanding Organization of the Year  
Awarded to the student organization at the Mount that has been responsible for major contributions to the College community in the area of leadership.

Outstanding Club Leader of the Year  
Cynthia Ramos ’14
The recipient of this award has shown great leadership is going above and beyond to get the job done.

Elizabeth Ann Seton Award 
Gillian May ’13
Awarded to a graduating senior female who has exemplified the humility, simplicity, and charity of Saint Elizabeth Seton as demonstrated through service and spirituality during her CMSV tenure.
Vincent de Paul Award 
Nestor Gonzalez ’13
Awarded to a graduating senior male who has demonstrated a deep commitment to service throughout his years at the Mount.

Servant Leader Award
Anastasia Knapp ’13
Awarded to a student who exemplifies the characteristics of servant leadership.
Volunteer of the Year Award
Christina Quinn ’14
Awarded to a student who has displayed a deep commitment to helping others both on and off campus over the past academic year.

Emerging Female Leader Award 
Hersy Contreras ’16
Awarded to an outstanding female leader who made a significant impact on the College community.   

Emerging Male Leader Award
Todd Gable Jr. ’15
Awarded to an outstanding male leader who made a significant impact on the College community.  

Dolphin Spirit Award  
Gregory Laurie ’16
Awarded to the student at the Mount who has shown incredible school spirit to the Mount community. The individual chosen to be the recipient of this award embodies school spirit and traditions above and beyond others.   

Student Leader of the Year Award  
Kristin Yanniello ’13
The Student Leader of the Year award honors an outstanding Mount student who has shown significant leadership qualities and recognizes a student who has chosen to go "above and beyond" what is asked of students and their contributions towards the Mount.

About the College of Mount Saint Vincent
The College of Mount Saint Vincent is an academically excellent, authentically inclusive, Catholic and ecumenical liberal arts college. It combines a strong core curriculum with a full array of majors in the liberal arts and selected professional fields of study, including accounting, business administration, education, and nursing. Through its School of Professional and Continuing Studies, the College extends its primary undergraduate mission by offering high quality graduate studies in business, education and nursing and an array of undergraduate and certificate programs serving non-traditional students. Mount Saint Vincent is located on a pastoral campus in New York City, with easy access to all the educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities that the City affords.

Media Contact:
Belle Hann
Director for College Relations
(718) 405-3345