Undergraduate Service Leadership Award
The IUPUC Undergraduate Service Leadership Award recognizes students who make substantial contributions to the growth and well-being of other students and/or the larger community. The purpose of the award is to encourage service leadership among undergraduate students by identifying and rewarding exemplary service leaders. Typically, student contributions will result from leadership in formal service-learning projects or related activities.
The 2014 recipients of the Undergraduate Service Leadership Award are Meghan Bowden-Sanders and Bailey Moss.
The ideal candidate will have achieved at least a junior status (minimum of 56 semester hours completed). Recipients must be juniors or seniors. No more than two IUPUC Undergraduate Service Leadership Awards will be conferred per academic year.
Consult the award protocol guidelines for more information.