Wilder School Students Receive Black History in the Making Award
Five Wilder School students were among those who received the annual Black History in the Making award at a ceremony on Wed., Feb. 15, hosted by the Department of African American Studies.
The honor recognizes undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated excellence in academics, work or service-oriented activities. Faculty, family and friends attended the event.
The Wilder school students who were recognized and their programs are:
• Calvin Bartelle, Criminal Justice
• Gwendolyn Griffin, Urban and Regional Planning
• Stephen Guyton, Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
• Ibrahim Keita, Public Administration
• Michael Perkins, Public Policy and Administration
Pictured are, from top to bottom, Bartelle with Trisha Rhodes, Ph.D. assistant professor, Criminal Justice; Griffin with Meghan Gough, Ph.D., chair of the Urban and Regional Studies and Planning program; Guyton with Maureen Moslow-Benway, instructor, HSEP; Keita; and Perkins with Sarah Jane Brubaker, Ph.D., doctoral program chair.