CPS students earn UW-Stevens Point Albertson Medallion
Twelve students from the College of Professional Studies are among the 16 recipients of the 2018-19 Albertson Medallion Award at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
This is the highest award given by our university; less than one percent of the graduating classes has been selected. These students are a select group of graduating seniors who have shown tremendous leadership through academia and stewardship at the UW-Stevens Point.
Named for James Albertson, former president of Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point, the Albertson Medallion Award is the highest honor that can be given to a student at UW-Stevens Point. Awarded annually, the Albertson Medallion Award honors those graduating students who have exemplified outstanding qualities as a leader, a scholar, and as a citizen on campus and in his/her community. All three criteria are given equal weight during the selection process. In addition, the Albertson Award is given to no more than 1% of those graduating each year.
College of Professional Studies Students:
- Danielle Blank (Chemistry – Teaching, Natural Science)
- Shelby Brunette (Health Science: Pre-Occupational Therapy)
- Kasie Feind (Elementary Education, Special Education)
- Allison Fontana (Communication Sciences and Disorders-Teaching)
- Erica Gehl (Health Science: Pre-Occupational Therapy)
- Abbey Johnson (Business Administration, Interior Architecture)
- Holly Krey (Dietetics)
- Katelyn McEachen (Health Science: Health Care Administration)
- Kely Rodriguez-Enamorado (Accounting, Business Administration-Management)
- Cassidy Ryan (Communication Sciences and Disorders-Teaching)
- Katherine Sanderfoot (Elementary Education, Special Education)
- Jordan Stefanik (Communication Sciences and Disorders)