The Arnold Allyship Student Group Award
The Arnold Allyship Student Award was named in honor of Ohio University’s first LGBT Center administrative associate, Becky Arnold. It was established in 2020. The award, open to all students, recognizes an Ohio University student that has demonstrated outstanding and active allyship toward improving the lives of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer communities on and off campus.
Describe how your organization has demonstrated active allyship toward improving the lives of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer communities at OHIO.
Stonewall Student Group Leadership Award
The Stonewall Leadership Award, open to all students, is designed to recognize outstanding student leadership that improves the lives of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities on and off campus.
Describe how your organization has demanded equality, dignity, and safety for all people through its work and advocacy.
Outstanding Programming Awards
Established in 1986, these awards recognize student organizations for conceiving, planning and implementing outstanding programs on the Ohio University campus. All registered student organizations in good standing with the Office of Community Standards and Student Responsibility and SAC are eligible to apply. Programs need NOT have been implemented with SAC funding to be considered for these awards. Student organizations may be nominated by others or may apply themselves.
- Was the program hosted in Spring 2023 or Fall 2023?
- Please describe your intended audience, approximate attendance, intended outcomes of the event.
- Describe your program and the impact it had on members of the OHIO community.
Edwin L. Kennedy Leadership Award for Outstanding Community Service
Named in honor of Alumnus Edwin L. Kennedy, this award serves to recognize an organization for its lasting and selfless acts of leadership as a servant to one's community.
The Committee for this award shall take into consideration the organization's philosophy of leadership and how that is articulated throughout their actions in service. Please complete the following information as thoroughly as possible.
Describe your organization's community engagement experience: Who did you work with, what did you do, and what were the outcomes for yourself and the community?