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College of Health Sciences Students Recognized at Campus Community Awards Ceremony

Two College of Health Sciences students received awards at Boise State University’s annual Campus Awards Ceremony hosted by the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management on April 19.

This blue carpet event recognizes students, faculty, staff and student organizations for outstanding achievement, service and campus engagement.

Holly Harper Receiving her award

Holly Harper, Health Studies and Pre-Physician Assistant major was awarded the Emerging Leader award. This award recognizes a student who is charting intentional paths where they learn what it means to lead. They show a commitment to personal leadership development and are dedicated to student involvement and learning outside the classroom.



Jake Robertson Receiving his Award

Jake Robertson, Pre-Medical Studies and Biology major, received the Spirit of Boise State Awards award. Robertson, and four other students received this award which identifies outstanding students who exemplify the Boise State University Shared Values of academic excellence, caring, citizenship, fairness, respect, responsibility and trustworthiness. Robertson was also previously recognized at the annual Top Ten Scholars reception a few days earlier for his academic breadth of coursework, research, creative works and publications, presentations at professional meetings or conferences, and extracurricular community and campus service.

View the full list of people and organizations also recognized at the ceremony and see photos of individual winners on Facebook.