Two students were recognized at the Fall 2014 awards banquet for their outstanding commitments to contributing their time and energy to advance the public good:
Rebekah Betts is a new Honors student, having joined this program just this year. But the community has already noticed her dedication to service. She participated in at least three Days of Service and Learning events, and made a significant impact at each. This award recognizes both the efforts she has made so far in fulfilling the Honors commitment to service, as well as her great potential.
Logan Bixman was one of the 21 students to achieve the Woodbridge N. Ferris Level of Community Service—commonly known as ‘initiative 125’—last year. But she didn’t just complete 125 hours, she actually completed 154.4 hours, volunteering with organizations like Relay for Life, the Salvation Army, United Way, Riverview Elementary, Cran-Hill Ranch, and the 30-hour famine. Her continued dedication to the values of the Honors program is an inspiration for many