Katie Hansen, academic advisor for the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, has been awarded the Certificate of Merit of Region 6 Excellence in Advising by the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA).
This annual award recognizes advisors that have demonstrated outstanding service towards students. All nominations are reviewed by a committee and selected based on their strong interpersonal skills, a caring and helpful attitude, evidence of strong student success, and other positive traits. The committee also takes into consideration that the nominee demonstrates NACADA’s core values: caring, commitment, empowerment, inclusivity, integrity, professionalism, and respect.
Hansen will be recognized at the virtual NACADA Regional Conference on April 7-8. For this honor, she will receive a recognition plaque and a one-year membership to NACADA.
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