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    Students Recognized by Office of Sustainability

    The University of Scranton’s Office of Sustainability recognized students with sustainability awards at a virtual ceremony in the spring.
    July 21, 2020

    The University of Scranton’s Office of Sustainability recognized several students with sustainability awards at a virtual ceremony in the spring.

    The awards were presented by Tate Ackerman, Endicott, New York, who served as the 2019/20 President Society Sustainability and Conservation, and Ryne Culley, Rockville, Maryland, who will serve as the 2020/21 President Society Sustainability and Conservation.

    Students receiving awards were as follows:

    Erin A. Carlin, Scranton, the Saint Francis Assisi Sustainability Leadership Award 2020 and the Sustainability Award for Social Media Specialist;

    Daniella R. Dickison, Bloomsbury, New Jersey, Office of Sustainability’s Green School Award;

    Natalie Marie Krupka, Allentown, Sustainability Award for Community Outreach;

    Taylor Mackenzie Limone, Burlington, New Jersey, Sustainability Award for Most Passionate;

    Eva T. Rine, Covington Township, Sustainability Award for Most Creative;

    Sarah Robinson, Manlius, New York, Sustainability Award for Green Character;

    Abigail S. Tirador, Bloomfield, New Jersey, Sustainability Award for the Plant Identification Project;

    St. John Taylor Whittaker, Scranton, Sustainability Award for Most Dedicated Volunteer.

    University student Michael Quinnan, Shavertown, served as emcee for the virtual Sustainability Award presentation ceremony. Also participating in the virtual event were: Mark R. Murphy, director of Sustainability and Energy Management; James Caffrey, associate vice president for facilities operations; Jessica Nolan, Ph.D., professor of psychology and director of the University’s concentration in environmental studies; Rob Smith, Ph.D., professor of biology; and Rev. Patrick Rogers, S.J., executive director of the University’s Jesuit Center.

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