Students and staff honored regionally for work within residence halls

The Central Atlantic Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (CAACURH) hosted its annual Regional Business Conference (RBC) recently, chaired by Kail Break, second-year student at CWRU. Several students and staff members took home honors at the conference.

Miller Benson, a second-year student, was elected for the 2021-2022 Regional Board of Directors as the coordinating officer for bidding, recognition and service.

Cameron Tong, a second-year student, won the Residence Hall Association (RHA) President of the Year Award. This award recognizes outstanding service to CAACURH by an RHA president who has had a direct positive impact on their school and CAACURH.

Loretta Sexton, associate director for University Housing, was honored with the Hallenbeck Lifetime Service Award. Named after Dan Hallenbeck, this award recognizes outstanding and continuous service to CAACURH of a full-time housing or student affairs professional.

Benson and Alejandro Martinez, a residential community director, received Cougar Pride Pins from members of the Regional Board of Directors. The Cougar Pride Pin is awarded to individuals who have provided leadership and direction to the region. 

Additionally, Joy Mason, a third-year student, received an NRHH Outstanding Service Pin from Bre McGhee, CAACURH associate director for NRHH.

Anna Giubileo, a third-year student, received a CAACURH textbook scholarship.