Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Society Receives Numerous Awards at National Conference
The EKU Epsilon Chapter of the Alpha Phi Sigma (APS) Criminal Justice Honor Society will be returning to Richmond from its annual national conference with a total of 11 awards. This is the most awards ever received at a single conference by our chapter.
Chapter awards include:
• First place national award for “Service”
• First place national award for “Leadership”
• First place national award for “Best Yearbook”
• Second place national award for “Community Service Theme Project – Crime Prevention”
• Third place national award for “Best T-Shirt”
• “Star Chapter Award”
• APS Epsilon Secretary and CRJ Graduate Student, Anna Reeves, won the APS “Student Achievement of the Year Award"
• APS Epsilon Vice-President and CRJ Undergraduate Sarah Leitner, won the APS “Student Member of the Year Award"
• APS Epsilon Treasurer and CRJ Undergraduate, Allison Maynard, won 3rd place for Best Paper, as well as an APS "Attendance Award"
• APS Advisor of the Year Award, Lee Ann Morrison
Other awards made by certain APS individuals who were unable to attend the conference will be made public once they are notified.
APS advisors James Wells and Lee Ann Morrison want to acknowledge that much of the credit for this year’s success is due to the leadership of our current student President, Austin Brewer, and his executive officers, Sarah Leitner, Allison Maynard, Anna Reeves, and Peyton Ratliff.
APS are looking forward to receiving more awards at next year's competition at ACJS in Baltimore.
Published on February 19, 2018