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2012 Student Groups Achievements

* For the fifth time in the last seven years, the university's Black Student Union has been named the most outstanding black student government council in the Big 12 Conference. The organization received the Most Outstanding Council award at the 35th annual Big 12 Conference on Black Student Government, Feb. 23-25, at the University of Oklahoma. In addition to the group honor, two members of the group also received recognition at the event. Shahna Campbell was named the most outstanding junior in the Big 12 Conference on Black Government, while Lorenza Breckenridge, was elected chair of the conference's Historical Committee. February 2012

* The university's chapter of Blue Key, the senior leadership honorary, received several member awards and a chapter award at the 2012 Blue Key National Conference. Michael Ellis, senior in biology and pre-medicine, received the President's Award for the most outstanding Blue Key chapter president. Ellis was also elected to the Blue Key national board of directors. Courtney Hallenbeck, senior in political science and international studies, received the Exemplary Blue Key Member Award for leadership, scholarship and service. Hallenbeck is the director of uLead, a Blue Key program that offers leadership seminars to high schools throughout the state of Kansas. The university's Blue Key chapter received the Outstanding Feature Award for Catalyst, a leadership and self-development program for undergraduates. February 2012


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