S&T wins res-life awards

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On June 9, 2009

Three Missouri S&T students were honored at the annual meeting of the Midwest Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (MACURH) in February.


Kristina Johnson, a freshman in architectural engineering, received the First Year Experience Award for her involvement and leadership as a freshman.

Patrick Maloney, a senior in psychology, received the Distinguished Service Award for a lifetime of service to the organization and to his local residence halls.

Jacob Sherry, a junior in psychology, received a MACURH Silver Pin for leadership and dedication to MACURH.

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