In photos: 2020 Student Organization Awards

Trophy in hand

Student leaders and student organizations from Augusta University came together virtually to celebrate their amazing work at the 2020 Student Organization Banquet.

The event was hosted by Joe Pierce, director of student life, and Dr. ShaRon Dukes, coordinator for student leadership.

“Our students’ work and effort this semester has not gone unnoticed,” Pierce said. “We appreciate everyone’s work to make campus a phenomenal experience for our students.”

Click through the gallery to see photos of the winners.

Winners from the 2020 Student Organization Banquet
  • Advisor of the Year – Roberto Aragon
  • Emerging Leader – Bree Strickland
  • Unsung Hero – Sasha Maharaj
  • Graduating Student and Service Leadership Award – Allen Rogers
  • Sorority Woman of the Year – Paige Mays
  • Fraternity Man of the Year – Jared Moore
  • Diversity Engagement Award – African Student Association
  • Most Spirited Organization – Zeta Tau Alpha
  • Outstanding Organization Volunteer and Service Award – Jaguar Miracle
  • Program of the Year – Slay an Alpha: Combating Toxic Masculinity
  • Outstanding New Student Organization – AU Sharkara
  • President of the Year – Henry Knox
  • Greek Chapter of the Year – Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
  • Organization of the Year – Collegiate Middle Levels Association
  • Student Leader of the Year – Taili Cid

Learn more about Student Life at Augusta University.

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