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Osprey Community Engagement Medallion 2018 Fall Recipients

Lucian Clower

Lucian Clower - Academic Focus: Nursing; Engagement Focus: Community-Based Learning, Co-Curricular Leadership Engagement, and Outreach

Lucian Clower, a Brooks College of Health, School of Nursing, graduate from Fernandina Beach, Florida has shown lasting commitment to the elderly and poor in the Jacksonville community through his service with a variety of organizations including the American Red Cross, Brooks Rehabilitation and the Red Cross Ospreys.
Claire Epaillard

Claire Epaillard - Academic Focus: International Business; Engagement Focus: Intensive Service Outreach, Co-Curricular Leadership Engagement, and Internship

Claire Epaillard, a Coggin College of Business, Department of International Business graduate, from Mount Dora, Florida has shown great dedication to both her local and international community throughout her undergraduate degree at UNF. Interning with World Relief Jacksonville, she helped develop programs to improve the lives of Jacksonville refugees.
Heather Estep

Heather Estep - Academic Focus: Nutrition and Dietetics; Engagement Focus: Community-Based Learning, Co-Curricular Service, and Volunteerism

Heather Estep, a Brooks College of Health, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics Master's program graduate, from Jacksonville, Florida, has demonstrated great dedication to community service through working with children from low-income families, and adults transitioning from homelessness.  
Whitney Hawkins

Whitney Hawkins - Academic Focus: Exceptional Student Education; Engagement Focus: Community-Based Learning, Philanthropy, and Volunteerism

Whitney Hawkins, a College of Education and Human Services, Department of Exceptional Student Education Master’s program graduate, from Detroit, Michigan, has shown great dedication serving individuals with disabilities in the greater Jacksonville community through: service as an education administrative assistant and academic tutor at Hope Haven, a volunteer with the Special Olympics of Florida, and a student member of the Council of Exceptional Education.  
Aaron Johnson

Aaron Johnson - Academic Focus: Early Childhood Education; Engagement Focus: Intensive Service Project, Co-Curricular Leadership Engagement, and Volunteerism

Aaron Johnson, a College of Education and Human Services Department of Early Childhood Education graduate from Natchez, Mississippi has shown abundant dedication to the Jacksonville community through committing a great deal of his time to the I’m A Star Foundation.
Heather Parker

Heather Parker - Academic Focus: Nursing; Engagement Focus: Community-Based Learning, Co-Curricular Leadership Engagement, and Outreach

Heather Parker, a Brooks College of Health School of Nursing, graduate from Bradenton, Florida, has shown great dedication working with low socio economic, under-educated residents in the Jacksonville community through her service to the American Red Cross.
Allison Strong

Allison Strong - Academic Focus: Nursing; Engagement Focus: Community-Based Learning, Volunteerism, and Service

Allison Strong, a Brooks College of Health School of Nursing graduate, has demonstrated dedication and commitment to the Jacksonville area through working with the military and veteran population.  For the past 16 months, her service to organizations has included The American Red Cross, the Department of Veterans Affairs, Changing Homelessness, Red White and Blue, and Brooks Rehabilitation.