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17 People and University Units
Honors: 17 People and University Units
On Sept. 5 the Academic Success Center (ASC) celebrated its 10-year anniversary and as part of its celebration recognized former students, faculty, departments, and community leaders that have made the ASC such an exemplary center. They are:
- Dean’s Award - Carl Reiber (formerly of the provost's office)
- Dean’s Award - Regent Kevin Page
- Founder’s Award - Neal Smatresk (former UNLV president)
- Outstanding Impact Award - philanthropist Christina Hixson
- Classified Dedication Award - Monica McNeely (ASC)
- Full-time Faculty Dedication Award - Salvador Mora (ASC)
- Graduate Student Ambassador Award - John Starkey (Lee Business School)
- Alumni Award of Excellence - Devante Davis, '15 BS Public Administration
- Alumni Award of Excellence - Crestcencia Ortiz-Barnett, '10 BA Theatre Arts, '15 MA Theatre Arts
- Alumni Award of Excellence - Ashley Rapuano, '16 BA Theatre Arts
- Outstanding Graduate Award - Lily Sender, '18 BS Engineering - Mechanical Engineering
- Outstanding Graduate Award - Angelica Bustos, '16 BS Biology
- Outstanding Graduate Award - Ariana Burton, '18 BA Anthropology
- Outstanding Graduate Award - Nha Trang "Vivian" Sam, '17 BS Biology
- Lifetime Partner in Student Success - College of Liberal Arts
- Lifetime Partner in Student Success - University Libraries
- Lifetime Partner in Student Success - College of Engineering
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