2016 Outstanding Senior Woman and Man Named
April 26, 2016
ALLIANCE, Ohio – Mackenzie Shivers and Daniel Pritchard were named 2016 Outstanding Senior Woman and Man during the University of Mount Union’s Honors Convocation and Senior Recognition Ceremony held last week.
Each year, the Outstanding Senior Woman and Outstanding Senior Man are awarded to a student who exemplifies leadership, scholarship, citizenship and service to the University. Students who are nominated hold the highest ideals in their relationships with members of the campus community and have made numerous contributions to the University. Members of the senior class were asked to nominate their peers and faculty and staff selected the winners.
Shivers is a management and marketing major with a minor in entrepreneurship of Salem, Ohio. Her involvements and contributions to campus include Dean’s List, Association of Women Students, Blue Key, Delta Sigma Tau, Emerging Leaders, Developing Leaders, Dowling Mentor, Entrepreneurship Education Consortium Summer Immersion Week Program, Greek Member Academy, Homecoming Court, New Student Communication social media moderator, Order of Omega, People’s Bank Case Study Competition participant, Preview and Orientation Guide, Raider Tank Entrepreneurial Competition, Regula Scholar, Residence Hall Association, Sophomore Service and a Business Incubator intern.
Other female nominees included Clare Byrne, a communication studies and psychology major of Glen Ellyn, Illinois; Hannah Ernst, an athletic training major with minors in exercise science and psychology of Lorain, Ohio and Jena Finch, an intervention specialist major with a minor in art of Boardman, Ohio.
Pritchard, of Rocky River, Ohio, is a biology major with minors in chemistry and psychology. His involvement on campus includes Dean’s List, Alpha Lambda Delta, American Chemical Society, Association of International Students, Association of Pre-Physician Assistant Students, Beta Beta Beta, College Republicans, Homecoming Court, Honors Program, Interfraternity Council, Order of Omega, Raider Programming Board, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Student Senate, Student Senate Representative to the Board of Trustees and a Study Abroad participant.
Other male nominees included Tyler Barney, an exercise science major with a minor in art of Blanchester, Ohio, Toren Moore, an exercise science major with minors in chemistry and psychology of Columbus, Ohio and Will Yobi, a biochemistry major with minors in business administration of Canfield, Ohio.