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Maryland residents from Perry Hall, Columbia honored at Centenary University Student Leadership Awards

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HACKETTSTOWN, NJ—Centenary University has announced the recipients of this year’s Student Leadership Awards, with 29 students receiving accolades and one advisor receiving the Advisor of the Year Award.  Maryland residents from Perry Hall and Columbia were recognized this year.

The annual awards ceremony, which was held on April 15, recognized outstanding contributions to the university and surrounding communities.

Diana Alzate, the director of Centenary University’s First Year Experience, received the Advisor of the Year Award for her work with the University’s chapter of Alpha Alpha Alpha, which supports first-generation college students.

Alzate, a Hackettstown resident, has served as a role model for many first-generation students at Centenary University and has helped to introduce the concept of “Tri Alpha” to the university, which promotes excellence, leadership development, and campus and community service.

Columbia’s Mathias O’Neil received the Centenary Trifecta Award and Perry Hall resident Michael Rash received the Catapano Family Community Service Award.

The full list of award recipients can be viewed online here.

This article was written with the assistance of AI and reviewed by a human editor.

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