2017 Student Leadership Summit Awards

On May 11, 2017, the Student Government of the College of Staten Island will be hosting the 2017 Student Leadership Summit Awards at the Vanderbilt at South Beach in Staten Island to honor the campus’s dedicated student leaders.

Nominations are now being accepted for the following 2017 Student Leadership Summit Awards:

The Apex Award in Leadership

This award is presented to a student leader who has contributed significantly to the College of Staten Island community; supported the College’s Mission and goals; responded to a demonstrated need or issue; made exemplary contributions to an academic department, student club, publication, or organization, and helped that organization or department grow through their leadership and vision; collaborated well with students and/or faculty/staff on project(s); and demonstrated superior leadership qualities to the College of Staten Island community. Nominees must have a minimum 2.5 GPA and must be currently enrolled students at the College of Staten Island.

Ellen Krieger Community Impact Award

This award is presented to an individual or group who has made a significant impact on the College of Staten Island campus, or in the local or global community. The award is named in honor of Ellen Krieger, who made a significant impact on the lives of the College of Staten Island’s student leaders during her 28 years of service as the Student Government Coordinator. This award can be awarded to a currently enrolled student, staff, administrator, faculty member, or group or organization at the College of Staten Island.

Dr. A. Ramona Brown Excellence in Dedication and Service Award

This award is presented to a current administrator, faculty, or staff member at the College of Staten Island who has contributed significantly to the personal and professional development of the student body and who has demonstrated a level of commitment above and beyond reproach to the College and its student community.​ The Student Government chose to name this award after Dr. A. Ramona Brown, the former Vice President of Student Affairs and a true advocate for the students.