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CEHS Students Are Recognized by Seton Hall University
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Servant Leadership Award RecipientsThe College and Education and Human Services would like to congratulate our students for their commitment to their academics and service to the community. Several of our students have been acknowledged by Seton Hall University for their efforts.

Each year, the university celebrates students' accomplishments in internships, student teaching, service-learning and clinical experiences. Winners are selected for their outstanding work and contributions to their work sites, as well as their demonstration of leadership, both on and off-campus.

Dean Grace May and Ernesty Walter.
Dean Grace May and Ernesty Walter

This year's Experiential Education Award winners included:

  • Ernesty Jean-Gilles Walter '13, B.S.E., Elementary and Special Education
  • Daria Pizzuto '13, M.A. in Education 
  • Julie Carlson '13, B.S.E., Secondary Education and B.A., History

Students who exemplify the ideals of servant leadership on and off campus are also recognized at the university through the Student Servant Leader Award. Recipients are selected based on the depth of their overall service career, as well as on the merit of their most profound service experience.

Dean Grace May and Daria Pizzuto.
Dean Grace May and Daria Pizzuto

This year, two students in the College of Education and Human Services were acknowledged for their commitment to service:

  • Richard Harzula, '13, B.S.E., Secondary Education and B.A., History; Minor in Classical Studies
  • Julie Carlson '13, B.S.E., Secondary Education and B.A., History

Congratulations to all of our award recipients.

For more information please contact:
Omayra Arocho
(973) 761-9661
omayra.arocho@shu.edu

 

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