Honors Convocation at Pitt-Bradford

Dr. K. James Evans, vice president and dean of student affairs at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, presents the Student Affairs Special Recognition Award to senior criminal justice majors Nicolette Kellogg (second from right) and Richard Obermeyer, far right, during the 20th annual Honors Convocation today. Kellogg, who is from Cuba, N.Y., was honored for her advocacy and education efforts in the areas of LGBTQ equality and human trafficking as well as her volunteer work with the campus Habitat for Humanity chapter. Obermeyer, who is from Bradford, was recognized for being a founding member of the Pitt-Bradford hockey team as well as for working with inmates at the Federal Correctional Institution McKean and completing an internship with the U.S. Marshals.
Photo by Alan Hancock

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