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Humanics Wins National Award

Lindenwood University's team of American Humanics students, faculty and staff recently received the Excellence in Student Recruitment Award at the American Humanics Management Institute in San Diego, CA.

The award is given to the collegiate American Humanics program with the highest number of students receiving certification in the previous academic year.

More than 500 students from 57 colleges and universities participated in the AHI nonprofit management education conference. The purpose of the management institute is to expose junior and senior students to experiences they will encounter as nonprofit professionals.

Lindenwood University was represented by Sheryl Guffey, campus executive director; and the following student participants: Stephanie Carey, Paul Lee, Lisa Long, Hubert Roszkiewicz, Robert Roszkiewicz, Shannon Spath, Kristen Spencer, Andromeda Williams, Andrea Woolsey, Jessica Rhodes and Samantha Tillotson.

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