Honors Day recipient

Kinesiology and Health Awards

Jeff and Debbie Rupp Endowed Scholarship in Exercise Science

Presented to a student in the exercise science program in the Department of Kinesiology and Health. The recipient will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

Catherine Hardrick

Mary Helen Huggins Memorial Scholarship in Sports Administration

Presented to an active graduate student in sports administration. As the former Marketing Services Director for the Atlanta Braves and faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology and Health, Huggins dedicated herself to and attained a high level of integrity and personal ethics. The recipient will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

Yannick Dingle

Roslyn Hirsch Balbirer Memorial Scholarship

Presented to a student enrolled in the Department of Kinesiology and Health who is involved with disability sport organizations in Atlanta. The recipient will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

Emily Diamond

Outstanding Exercise Science Undergraduate Student

For academic excellence and participation in the exercise science undergraduate degree program.

Taylor Copeland

Outstanding Exercise Science Graduate Student

For academic excellence and participation in the exercise science graduate degree program.

Casey Hollowed

Outstanding Doctoral Student Award

For scholarship and extraordinary leadership in departmental and/or professional activities.

Calvin Cole

Outstanding Health and Physical Education Graduate Student

For academic excellence and participation in the health and physical education graduate degree program.

Emily Diamond

Outstanding Sports Administration Graduate Student

For academic excellence and participation in the sports administration graduate degree program.

Sabrina Blackwood

Outstanding Sports Medicine Graduate Student

For academic excellence and participation in the sports medicine graduate degree program.

Olydia Walker

Keinon Bennett Early Career Teaching Award

Presented to a teacher who best exemplifies the spirit, professional dedication, personal enthusiasm and positive contributions to the quality of life for all those around them, as shown by the late Keinon Bennett, a Kinesiology and Health alumnus, in his own career.

Christopher Rice