July 25, 2017
Saint Vincent College’s Benedictine Leadership Studies Program (BLS) was presented with a national award for Best Practices in Student Affairs for mission integration for student activities, leadership and orientation by the Association for Student Affairs at Catholic Colleges and Universities (ASACCU) at the group’s annual conference at Neumann University, Aston, July 18-21. Saint Vincent College’s program was chosen for its direct impact on student learning and integration of Catholic identity and mission. Dr. Richard T. Satterlee, vice president for student life at Manhattan College, left, and Dr. Catherine WoodBrooks, vice president for student affairs at Assumption College, right, both members of the Mission Integration Steering Committee, presented the award to Saint Vincent College officials, from left, Mary Collins, vice president for student affairs; Robert Baum, dean of students; and Mark Abramovic, instructor in business administration. The BLS program is a student affairs initiative in partnership with academic and administration colleagues with the focus of helping students learn who they are as individuals, teaching them how they can serve and influence our communities and guiding them in the development of a meaningful understanding of God’s purpose for their lives.
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