BOWLING GREEN, KY (11/8/12) - Monica Burke, assistant professor of Counseling and Student Affairs at Western Kentucky University, has been honored by the Southern Association for College Student Affairs.
Dr. Burke is the 2012 recipient of the Howard Davis Sr. Award, which recognizes outstanding service rendered to SACSA and is the highest honor given for service to the organization and the profession.
“Dr. Burke has been active in the Southern Association for College Student Affairs for several years,” said Aaron Hughey, program coordinator for the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs. “She routinely helps to plan the conference, oversees events and activities related to graduate students, and helps to facilitate educational sessions and social events. We are very proud of Dr. Burke and her accomplishments. She represents WKU exceptionally well in all she does.”
In addition, two WKU students were honored at the SACSA conference in Memphis Nov. 3-5. Amber Sellers of Little Rock, Ark., and Samantha Hartman of Troy, Ill., finished second in the case study competition.
Dr. Hughey said that WKU had the largest delegation at the conference as well as the most graduate students.
Information provided by WKU
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