Traditionally, Lindenwood University holds its Honors Convocation toward the end of April to announce and celebrate the winners of its awards for academics and student involvement, as well as members of Lindenwood’s various honor societies. This year, the Covid-19 pandemic prohibits the in-person event, but Lindenwood is pleased to announce this year’s award winners.
SCHOENHARD AMERICAN HERITAGE AWARD
Anna Reynolds, Chesterfield, MO, Historical Studies, Political Science
This award recognizes outstanding achievement in the study of American values and character education as practiced through programs at the university.
RYAN GUFFEY INTERNATIONAL STUDENT AWARD
Nam Duc Nguyen, Vietnam, International Business, Psychology
This award is presented to an international student who has shown exemplary academic achievement and made exceptional contributions to campus life at Lindenwood.
ROSE LYN ZANVILLE LEADERSHIP AND CHARACTER AWARD
Pamela Tocco, Lake Saint Louis, Interdisciplinary Studies
This award is for a student in interdisciplinary studies who has contributed to the field of international and global studies by demonstrating excellence in leadership and character, producing an empirical research study in the fields of leadership and ethics, or developing a leadership and character initiative to make a difference. The award is given in honor of Rose Lyn Zanville, Ph.D., by her sister Holly Zanville, Ph.D., both graduates of Lindenwood College for Women.
Isabelle Martin, Atlanta, IL, Sociology, Psychology
This award, named in honor of Lindenwood University founder Mary Easton Sibley, is given to a senior student who exhibits exemplary achievement by successfully pursuing excellence in their academic and extracurricular activities.
Erin Near, Canada, Public Health
This award, named in honor of Lindenwood University founder George C. Sibley, is given to a senior student who demonstrates strong leadership and service to the university and community while maintaining a record of academic excellence.