FSU adviser earns award for exceptional efforts

For the Cumberland Times-News May 8, 2024

FROSTBURG — Kim Hinds-Brush, director of residence life and adviser for the Mu Omicron chapter of Phi Mu Delta fraternity at Frostburg State University, was honored with the Outstanding Student Organization Advisor Award for support and contributions that go above and beyond her current duties as a staff member. The FSU Leadership and Engagement Awards celebration was hosted by the Office of Student Engagement.

Hinds-Brush was presented her award by Lisa Clark, director of the ASTAR AmeriCorps program. A member of Phi Mu Delta nominated Hinds-Brush and stated, “She has done so much for the chapter, from making sure our grades are good to caring about our well-being to just having fun with us. It is safe to say that every member feels that Kim has gone above and beyond for the chapter and Greek life. We appreciate her and quite frankly don’t know what we’d do without her.”

Hinds-Brush volunteers her time to advise students in Phi Mu Delta. She has spent countless hours printing flyers or banners to advertise events, purchasing recruitment T-shirts, helping members meet deadlines and understand risk management and supporting the chapter members to plan and implement events.