27th annual Dr. Leo M. Lambert Awards recognize outstanding student organizations, leaders

By Elon University News Bureau, staff | April 19, 2022

Outstanding student leaders, organizations and faculty and staff advisors were honored during 27th annual Dr. Leo M. Lambert Awards by the Elon Student Government Association. The ceremony also served as the inaugurations for incoming SGA Executive officers.

Student engagement is key at Elon and the ceremony served as an opportunity for the SGA to honor the commitment and hard work of student organizations and university programs responsible for creating spaces for all students to express themselves.

Reverend Richard McBride Campus/Greater Community Involvement Award

This award is given to the organization that has contributed the most to the general welfare of the campus and the greater community through service. Their contributions should have impacted the students, faculty Elon University and the larger community as a whole.

  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

Student Organization of the Year

This award is designed to recognize the student organization that has excelled throughout the calendar year.

  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

Student Organization Officer of the Year

SGA recognizes that an organization could not grow and move forward without officers to lead the organization through its failure and success. The SGA seeks to recognize an outstanding individual who gives their time and energy for the organization, and who leads with commitment, character and integrity.

  • Ethan Porter ’22, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

Dr. J. Earl Danieley Leadership Award

This award is named after one of Elon’s greatest leaders and is designed to recognize exemplary student leaders on campus. These leaders aren’t necessarily officers or presidents but those students who have made a commitment to their organizations. These student leaders dedicate time and have helped the organization grow and develop.

  • Ethan Gabriel ’22, Elon Student Television
  • Chadwick Spears ’22, Beta Theta Pi