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ODK Announces National Leader of the Year

Omicron Delta Kappa is pleased to announce that the selection of the 2013 General Russell E. Daugherty National Leader of the year. Each Year, O∆K Circles nominate an exceptional leader from their Circle to be considered for this national award. Each student that is nominated is recognized as Circles' Leader of the Year.  This year, thirty-five schools nominated leaders for the award.

The prestigious General Russell E. Dougherty National Leader of the Year award is given to the student who has shown the greatest dedication to all five phases of campus life. They are awarded with a $4000 scholarship to go towards their graduate studies and a $300 grant for their Circle. The selection process also included recognition of one outstanding student from each of the five phases of campus life. These four students were each awarded with a $1000 graduate scholarship and a $300 grant for their Circle. We are overjoyed with this years’ selection.  Please commend the students below on their accomplishments.


O∆K National Leader of the Year:  

Wayde Marsh, Washington & Lee University

 

Honored in the 5 Phases of Campus Life:

Creative & Performing Arts – Hannah Weldon, Florida Southern College

Campus & Community Service – Krystal Wilson, Grand Valley State University

Athletics – Wayde Marsh, Washington & Lee University

Scholarship – Douglas Odom, University of Mississippi

Journalism, Speech & the Mass Media – Lyman Stone, Transylvania University


 

      


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