Eta Sigma Gamma wins awards

The chapter and members honored at national conference

| Author: Gary H. Piatek

Central Michigan University’s Eta Sigma Gamma chapter members took home a number of awards at this year’s conference held virtually.

Bridget Lally, senior, was both an Undergraduate of the Year honoree and poster presenter.

Katherine Reid received the John McGovern Scholarship, which is the national chapter’s highest award to a graduate student. Only one award is given per year.

CMU’s chapter also won another Chapter Excellence Award.

Eta Sigma Gamma is a national professional honorary in health education. Its mission is to elevate the standards, ideals, competence and ethics of professionally prepared students in public and school health education. CMU’s chapter is designed to further the education, health, and wellness of the those on campus and in the community through education, research, service and advocacy projects.

Membership at CMU is open to all majors in public health education, minors in public health and Master of Public Health students.

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