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A senior in UC’s Athletic Training Program, Corsmeier has been amply prepared to evaluate and treat injuries. But it’s the training she received in a free elective course outside her major that made her a perfect fit for her current internship.
For more than seven decades this national program has honored outstanding campus leaders annually for their scholastic and community achievements. There is no initiation cost or membership fee to the nominated student. The Who’s Who program was designed this way in 1934 by founder H. Pettus Randall II to ensure academic achievement was recognized regardless of a student’s financial ability to participate. Nominations for inclusion in this year’s volume of the publication are now being accepted in the Office of Student Activities & Leadership Development. In order to be eligible for selection, students must complete a Personal Profile Questionnaire, have a faculty or staff member complete a Nominee Recommendation form, and expect to receive a Bachelor’s or Graduate level degree by December 2015. Selection is based on the following criteria: • Academic achievement • Participation and leadership in academic and co-curricular activities • Service to the university • Potential for future achievements Groups or individuals may make nominations and students may nominate themselves. All nominees must submit the electronic application packet via Campus LINK (campuslink.uc.edu) no later than Friday, February 6, 2015. If you have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com.
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