Student Researcher Profiles - Eugenia Brown
Congratulations Eugenia Brown - 2010 Community Impact Student Award Winner!
Eugenia Brown, 2010 Community Based Undergraduate Research Assistantship program participant, won the 2010 Community Impact Student Award. She was one of 34 students acknowledged for her accomplishments at the 2010 Student Conference at Johnson C. Smith University. Eugenia received the award from Dr. Lisa Keyne, NC Campus Compact Executive Director and Bud Berro, the Piedmont Regional Director for the Office of the Governor at the November 6th ceremony
This award is presented annually to students from our member campuses that have made significant, innovative contributions to campus-based efforts to address community needs. The Community Impact Student Award winner can be a sophomore, junior or senior. All winners must be full-time students at a North Carolina Campus Compact member campus.