Outstanding public policy students recognized at 39th annual university life awards banquet
Outstanding public policy students recognized at 39th annual university life awards banquet

Two College of Public Policy students were announced as the winners of the the 2014-2015 Most Outstanding Student Award during the 39th Annual University Life Awards banquet on April 2 held at UTSA’s main campus.  The winner of the “Most Outstanding Undergraduate Student” in the College of Public Policy went to public administration student Heather Riddle.  The winner of the “Most Outstanding Graduate Student” in the College of Public Policy went to Applied Demography graduate student Matthew Martinez.

These awards, presented by the UTSA Student Government Association, are given to students who have built a record of scholarship, leadership, and service to UTSA; the college; and or the community.

A student scholarship and awards committee judged the candidates and selected the finalists and winners. Here is the list of the undergraduate and graduate finalists from the College of Public Policy:

UG Finalists:

Catherine Rose Barton (Public Administration)

Miranda Hayduk (Dual Criminal Justice and Sociology Major)

Graduate Finalists:

Bryce Boddie (Social Work)

James Kelsay (Criminal Justice)

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