NYU Wagner Recipients of President's Service Award for 2018

President's Service Award recipients
From left to right: Mary Nadolny, Cristian Ariza, Daniela Gilbert, Julia McDaniel-Bouley, Pamela Dicent, Brittany Claybrooks, Hillary Dale, Sally Bucey, Michael Perry, and Favio German.

On April 24, three NYU Wagner student organizations and two NYU Wagner students were honored at the 34th Annual President’s Service Awards. Held at the NYU Kimmel Center for University Life, the award ceremony honored more than 40 groups and nearly 100 individuals from across the entire NYU community, including the satellite campuses in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai.

The awards are given to students and organizations that have demonstrated an exemplary impact on the University community, both inside and outside the classroom, showcased through community service, civic engagement, leadership, and excellence in campus programming.

NYU Wagner proudly announces its 2018 President’s Service Awards recipients:

  • Education Policy Network—For their mentorship program with AHRC and the creation of events to network, debate, analyze policy, and explore the diverse career opportunities within the field of education.

  • Wagner Refugee Action Council—For their dedication in implementing a diverse slate of programming designed to foster dialogue and interaction among students, refugees, and the greater New York City population.

  • Wagner Management and Leadership Organization—For their continued dedication to providing holistic, current, and collaborative leadership programming.

  • Brittany Claybrooks—For her outstanding leadership as president of the Black Student Association and for her unwavering commitment to community and inclusion at Wagner.

  • Mary Nadolny—For her phenomenal dedication to student leadership and campus programming as president of the NYU Military Alliance.

The NYU Wagner faculty, staff, students, and alumni congratulate these groups and individuals for their dedication to the school and the larger University!

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