Office of Multicultural Development recognizes students

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Multiple students were recognized by the Office of Multicultural Development during a virtual presentation recently organized by the Office of Student Life at Culver-Stockton College.

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CANTON, Mo. — Multiple students were recognized by the Office of Multicultural Development during a virtual presentation recently organized by the Office of Student Life at Culver-Stockton College.

Receiving Black Student Union stoles were:

  • Leon O'Hara, a senior criminal justice major from St. Louis.
  • Michael Simon, a senior criminal justice major from St. Louis.
  • Dahveed McKinney, a senior individualized major from Plano, Ill.
  • Tremaine Cole, a senior sport management major from Southfield, Mich.
  • Rakim Weddington, a senior sports communication major from Hemet, Calif.
  • John Francois, a senior accountancy major from Cape Coral, Fla.
  • Kayla May, a senior health science major from St. Louis.

The Scholars Of Distinction Award was given to:

  • J’ordan Scurlock, a junior criminal science major from St. Louis.
  • Malik Webb, a junior public relations major from Chicago.
  • Damonni Morris, a sophomore health science major from Hollywood, Fla.
  • Ahmed Barrow, a sophomore English education major from St. Louis.
  • Leon O’Hara, a senior criminal justice major from St. Louis.
  • Jalen Hutton, a junior sport management major from University Park, Ill.
  • K.T. Seth, a senior biological chemistry major from West Linn, Ore.

The Emerging Multicultural Leadership Award for staff and faculty members was given to:

  • Rebecca Katz, student life specialist
  • Dorian Hobbs, assistant men’s basketball coach
  • Christian Thompson, coordinator of fraternity and student life
  • Andrea Denise Bolden, coordinator of multicultural development and residence life
  • Missy Dubuque, director of alumni programs

Senior awards for participating in multicultural events on campus were:

  • Leon O'Hara, a criminal justice major from St. Louis.
  • Michael Simon, a criminal justice major from St. Louis.
  • Dahveed McKinney, an individualized major from Plano, Ill.
  • Tremaine Cole, a sport management major from Southfield, Mich.
  • Rakim Weddington, a sports communication major from Hemet, Calif.
  • John Francois, a accountancy major from Cape Coral, Fla.
  • Kayla May, a health science major from St. Louis.
  • Evan Carnes, a health science major from St. Louis.

The Power To The Future Award (for to a student group or organization) was given to the Black Student Union and Diver-siTeam.

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Contact David Adam, Media Content Specialist, at dadam@culver.edu or 573-288-6000, ext. 6312 for more information.