Outstanding students honored at annual Student Recognition Dinner

Each year, Penn State Worthington Scranton honors and recognizes student leaders, volunteers and student groups for their contributions to the campus and the community at an annual awards event held at the campus.

A highlight of the evening is the presentation of campus awards that have been set up by campus donors to celebrate students who show excellence and are actively involved in the campus community.

The Eric A. and Josephine S. Walker Award is given to the student who has most improved the reputation of the University through extracurricular activities. Students must be nominated by faculty, staff or current Worthington Scranton students. This year's recipient is Michael Bouselli.

The Patrick J. Rose Award for Excellence in Student Leadership and Service, which honors and recognizes outstanding achievement by an undergraduate student who has completed at least two semesters at Penn State Worthington Scranton was given to Candyce Mays.

Club Advisor of the Year, given to an outstanding faculty club advisor for their involvement with, and mentorship of, students was given to two faculty members. Dr. Matthew Mutchler, assistant professor of Human Development and Family Studies, and the advisor for the Community Service Club; and Fred Aebli, instructor in Information Sciences and Technology, and advisor for the IST club.


Other awards and recipients are: 


Club of the Year: The IST club.

Event of the Year:  Strategic Games

Outstanding Participation:  Community Service Club

Most Collaborative:  The Paranormal Club

Academic Achievement:  Nursing Club

Rookie of the Year:  e-Sports