Wilder School Students Receive Black History in the Making Award

Calvin Bartelle with Trisha Rhodes, Ph.D.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.  Gwendolyn Griffin with Meghan Gough, Ph.D.

Stephen Guyton with Maureen Moslow-BenwayIbrahim KeitaMichael Perkins with Sarah Jane Brubaker, Ph.D. 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.