2011 Memorial Award Winners
Sol Feinstone Award. The recipients of this award are honored for their participation in, leadership of, or personal accomplishment of constructive social and/or educational change within or outside the University community, such change having been effected in an orderly manner within the framework of democratic principles. This award is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors. Awarded to Jasmine Hines, Senior, College of Health Professions and Social Work, Jessica B. Reed, Senior, Fox School of Business and Mark Quien, Senior, Fox School of Business
The Dorothy A. Seegers Memorial Award. Awarded annually in honor of Dorothy A. Seegers, who made a significant contribution to Temple from 1943 to 1979 as a student, as an employee and as an administrator. The award is given to a full-time graduating senior who has demonstrated a concern for others and has shown dedication and loyalty to Temple University exemplified as by Dorothy A. Seegers. Awarded to Jenna L. Fox, Senior, College of Science and Technology
Joel M. Schafer Award. Presented to an individual, junior or senior, affiliated with Temple University, with financial need and a commitment for a better society for all people; i.e., one who demonstrates a social consciousness through action. Awarded to Wenhao Zuo, Junior, Fox School of Business
Adeline and Marvin Wachman Scholarship Fund. This fund was created to award a current freshman and sophomore who possess high academic achievement, significant participation and promise of leadership in co-curricular activities at Temple University during the freshman year. Awarded to Kevin Chemidlin, Freshman, College of Science and Technology and Hong Luu, Sophomore, Fox School of Business
Valaida S. Walker Award. This award is presented to a student in good academic standing who demonstrates University leadership as well as service to the broader community. This award is open to current sophomores and juniors. Awarded to Vanessa Destime, Junior, School of Communications and Theater
Whittaker Award. Awarded annually in honor of Raymond Whittaker, the director of Student Activities who helped Lewis Katz and Bill Cosby establish an entertainment and lecture series for students in the early 1960’s. This award is given to a full-time junior or senior who has demonstrated innovative and entrepreneurial leadership in furthering student activities to benefit students and the community. Awarded to Max Marine, Junior, Fox School of Business.
Lois and Leroy Kean Award. This award is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors with financial need and a GPA of 3.0 or better. Preference will be given to Central High School graduates in Philadelphia. The recipient of this award is honored for their participation in School of Communications and Theater, the Esther Boyer College of Music, the Fox School of Business and Management and the College of Liberal Arts. If qualified students from these schools can not be found in any given year, the selection may be made from any other school or college within the University. Awarded to Luv Bimal Sodha, Junior, Fox School of Business, Dina Maslennikova, Senior, College of Liberal Arts and Anna L. Berezowska, Senior, School of Communications and Theater.
Allan D. Gilmour Scholarship Fund. This award provides scholarships for students annually who have financial need, with preference given to students who have been effective advocates for gay and lesbian causes. Students may be nominated to receive the scholarship by the principal student organization advancing the interests of gay, lesbian, and transgendered students as may be designated by the administrative officer of the University with the responsibility for working with student activities and student organizations. Awarded to Joshua Fernandez, Senior, School of Communications and Theater and Tara Tomasko, Sophomore, School of Communications and Theater.
Jerry Zaslow Award. The award is presented to a student who has best demonstrated high academic achievement as well as well-rounded activity within the University and the community. Awarded to Marissa Godshalk, Senior, College of Health Professions and Social Work