Awards and Recognition

UGA Student Organization Achievement and Recognition (S.O.A.R.) Awards  

Francis S. Davis S.O.A.R. Awards are dedicated to Dr. and Mrs. Davis, who have set a standard for excellence and service that endures at the University of Georgia today. Dr. and Mrs. Davis have pledged a gift that honors the extraordinary contributions UGA students make to our campus community every year. The Student Organization Achievement and Recognition (S.O.A.R.) Awards program, sponsored by the Center for Student Organizations at the University of Georgia, honors the University’s finest student leaders, student organizations, and their advisors for their commitment to excellence and contributions to campus and community life. This awards program is symbolic of the spirit, pride and love Dr. and Mrs. Davis have for their alma mater and their continued commitment to the University.

2013: Bulldog Vision Award: Lindy Johnson and Tobie Bass Trudeau, Inaugural JoLLE Winter Conference
One Bulldog Vision Award is given each year to a student or group that has demonstrated outstanding leadership and vision, have helped their organization and community envision the future, identify paths to success, and implement their vision for the betterment of their organization and community.

2014: Outstanding Campus Event (Large): JoLLE Winter Conference Main Program
Given to the student organization that sponsored an event or program with attendance of more than 120 people. This organization showed exemplary skill in the development, promotion, and execution of the event.

2016: Advisor of the Year: Peter Smagorinsky
Given to the student organization advisor(s) who has gone above and beyond the basic expectations of an advisor. The nominee(s) must be an active advisor of a registered student organization at UGA.

2017: Most Innovative Program: Full Range of JoLLE Activities
Awarded to the student organization that positively advanced the UGA community through sponsoring a groundbreaking project or program. Applicants should be able to describe their program/event’s creativity and innovation.

2017: Outstanding Campus Event (Small): JoLLE Winter Conference Opening Event
Given to the student organization that sponsored an event or program with attendance of120 people or fewer. This organization showed exemplary skill in the development, promotion, and execution of the event.

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