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    UofSC Awards Day

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    UofSC Awards Day

    Congratulations to all our award winners!

HRSM students honored at 2018 Awards Day

Posted on: April 22, 2018
By: Allen Wallace,, 803-777-5667

The University of South Carolina recognized nine students from the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management during the university’s annual Awards Day ceremony on April 19 on the Horseshoe.

President Harris Pastides was on hand to present the President’s Awards, recognizing exceptional graduating seniors for major achievements in service, leadership, academics and research. Sport and entertainment management major Anthony Carson and retailing major Charlee Wilkerson were both honored with the prestigious award this year.

The 2018 recipient for the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Leadership went to hospitality management senior Catherine Snyder. The award is given each year to a graduating senior who has positively impacted the college through service as an ambassador and as a student organization leader.

Two HRSM students received recognition specifically for their work outside the classroom. Joshua Behringer and Matthew Pace received the Paul P. Fidler Volunteer Service Award for outstanding service to those in need in the community.

The college’s Academic Excellence Award is given annually to one student in each major, selected by faculty for their scholastic achievement. This year’s recipients are:

  • Katie Alexander, hospitality management
  • Emma Jean Anderson, interdisciplinary studies
  • Justin Steele, retailing
  • Anthony Carson, sport and entertainment management
  • Madalyn Neal, tourism management

Congratulations to all of the students who were recognized from HRSM and across campus! A full list of winners is available here.

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