MAILED: Dec. 13, 2000
Five University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students were inducted into the National Residence Hall Honorary organization this fall.
The students are Dusty Huebner, a sophomore physics major from Watertown; Aaron Judd, a sophomore sociology major from Austin, Minn.; Laura Lambert, a senior history major from Hillsboro; Jennifer Toomey, a sophomore special education major from Rochester, Minn.; and Juan Wilson, a sophomore management information systems major from Milwaukee.
NRHH is an organization that seeks to honor those who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and involvement in the residence halls. The members of NRHH are selected semiannually. Students who display exemplary leadership ability in their halls are encouraged to apply and are considered by a selection committee. The students honored are limited to 1 percent of the residence hall population.
Parents Weekend, Little Sibs Weekend and leadership workshops are among the activities NRHH organizes at UW-Eau Claire.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: Dec. 13, 2000