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Student Recognition Ceremony

On May 6, 2016, Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs held the Student Recognition Ceremony. The following students were recognized:

2016 Pi Alpha Alpha Honorary Society Inductees
David Bryant, Byron Buonamici, Kevin Butsko, Patrick Cosgriff, Bethany Goers, Kayla Griffin, Shannon Maine, Mythili Ramakrishna, Michael Slocum, Uliana Spiridonova, David Whittaker

Student Awards
Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs Undergraduate Valedictorian
Spring 2016 - Ryan Meisner
George S. Dively Prize, to students who exhibit high academic achievement and outstanding performance as community and neighborhood interns.
Presented to: Jennifer Niles-Watson, Maria Palmisano, Daniel Rogan
John C. Little Award, to a graduating senior who epitomizes the qualities of excellence, intellectual curiosity, and personal integrity that characterized John C. Little.
Presented to: Patricia Granfors
Howard I. Bruce Award, to Urban Studies graduate students who epitomize the qualities of excellence, industriousness and personal integrity that characterized Howard I. Bruce.
Presented to: Kirby Date, Matthew Thomas
Sylvester Murray Award, to a Master of Public Administration student who has excelled academically, and who exhibits outstanding potential for future success.
Presented to: Kenneth Galla
Wallace G. Teare Prize, to students who exemplify the professional ideals of Mr. Teare, a life-long advocate for quality housing for low-income and elderly people.
Presented to: Tanesha Hunter
APA Ohio Cleveland Section Outstanding Mid-Program Student Award, to an outstanding mid-program MUPD student who is actively involved with CSU-APA.
Presented to: Susan Vincent
AICP Outstanding Student Award, recognizes outstanding attainment in the study of planning by students graduating from Planning Accreditation Board-accredited programs.
Presented to: Ken Kalynchuk
Russell Kashian and Susan Oneson Award, to doctoral students who successfully author or co-author an article accepted for publication or published in a peer-reviewed journal.
Presented to: Patricia Groble, Kelly Kinahan
Larry D. Terry Ph.D. Award, to a Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs doctoral graduate who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and scholarship.
Presented to: Kelly Kinahan