MOUNT UNION STUDENT LEADERS RECOGNIZED NATIONALLY
April 27, 2010
ALLIANCE, Ohio - The 2001 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges will include the names of 25 Mount Union College students who have been selected as national outstanding campus leaders.
The 25 students selected are: Renee Antolik, a senior from Strongsville; Penelope Beachy, a senior from Canton; Cynthia Cluster, a junior from Beavercreek; Monique Friend, a junior from Akron; Emily George, a senior from Sylvania; Nicholas Goshe, a senior from Chardon; Lara Hanson, a junior from Warren; Sara Hendrickson, a junior from Boardman; Mary Bridget Huzicka, a junior from Youngstown; Jessica Jonela, a senior from North Royalton; Brianne Kagarise, a junior from Westerville; Yoko Kikutani, a junior from Japan; Xanath Lang, a senior from Marietta; Rebecca Mason, a junior from North Olmsted; Erin Michael, a junior from Grove City; Ronald Powers, a junior from Akron; Suanne Rastetter, a senior from Alliance; Karlye Rhodeback, a junior from Lewisburg, PA; Matthew Schlarb, a senior from Sebring; Erica Sentgeorge, a junior from New Castle, PA; Staci Sheldon, a senior from Streetsboro; Zaneta Simeonoff, a senior from Silver Lake; Mary Sutton, a senior from Minerva; Samantha Wahl, a senior from Tallmadge and Melissa Wolpert, a senior from Alliance.
Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory have included the names of these students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success.
"The special nature of the students selected to Who's Who is that each one in their own way is a great leader, citizen and academic student all at the same time," said Michael Severy, director of student activities. "The Who's Who award winners are role models for current and future students. The Mount Union community should celebrate these students while they are with us during their college career."
These students join an elite group of students from more than 2,300 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations.