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College of Health, Education and Human Development

Graduate Awards for Youth Development

Best Masters Project - 2012

  • Katie Shaw: Positive Youth Development and Parental Perceptions of High-Yield, Nature-Based Outdoor Experiences
  • Paige Anderson:  Implementation and Evaluation of a Group Based Intervention Program for Institutionalized Youth in Emergent and Third World Orphanages
  • Chris Tompkins: Evaluation of a Leadership Program for Summer Camp Teens

Best Masters Project - 2011

  • Aimee Cox : Assessing Positive Youth Development in a Community Collaboration for the Prevention of Youth Violence.
  • Sarah May : An Exploration of the Impact of Out-of-Class Experiences for Undergraduate Students: A Focus on Participation in The LeaderShape Institute at Meredith College.
  • Sheronda Witter : Gang Involment : From Risk Factors to Assets.

2012 Award Recipients in the M.S. Degree Program in Youth Development Leadership

Paige Anderson, Youth Development Speciliast Davis-Lar Orphage, Fortaleza, Brazil

Paige Anderson, Youth Development Speciliast Davis-Lar Orphage, Fortaleza, Brazil.  Received an Outstanding Graduate Student Award in the College of Health, Education, and Human Development.

Chris Harris, VP of Harris Lean Systems and Mentor Trainer, Horry County, South Carolina

Chris Harris, VP of Harris Lean Systems and Mentor Trainer, Horry County, South Carolina. Received an Outstanding Graduate Student Award in the College of Health, Education, and Human Development.

Katie Shaw, mother of 2 year old daughter, Harper, and science and math public school teacher, Greenville, SC.

Katie Shaw,  mother of 2 year old daughter, Harper, and science and math public school teacher, Greenville, SC.Received an Outstanding Graduate Student Award in the College of Health, Education, and Human Development.

Chris Tompkins, Managing Director, Muskoka Woods, Toronto, Canada. Chris Tompkins, Managing Director, Muskoka Woods, Toronto, Canada.Received the 2012 YDL Annual Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Youth Development Leadership.

Ashley Taylor, Second Year Master’s Degree student in Youth Development Leadership

Ashley Taylor,  Second Year Master’s Degree student in Youth Development Leadership, presenting  her Masters Project along with her peers at the Annual College of HEHD, Research Forum, April 19, 2012.

2nd Year Youth Development Leadership Master’s Degree students visiting campus, taking a research seminar, and participating in the College of HEHD 2012 Research Forum on April 18-20.

2nd Year Youth Development Leadership Master’s Degree students visiting campus, taking a research seminar, and participating in the College of HEHD 2012 Research Forum on April 18-20.

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