ISV Spotlight Award

 

What is the International Student Voice Magazine Spotlight Award?

We want to take the time to make sure students are recognized for their hard work and dedication to making their campus inclusive and internationalized. We created the ISV Spotlight Award to put the spotlight on a student who not only cares about his/her campus community, but takes an active leadership role.

Who can win the International Student Voice Magazine Spotlight Award?

An international student (F-1 or J-1) currently attending a university or college in the United States full-time or part-time.

An American student currently attending a university or college in the United States full-time or part-time.

Who can nominate a student for International Student Voice Magazine Spotlight Award?

A university administrator, faculty, or staff member can nominate a student for this award. Some examples include, but are not limited to the following: an international student advisor, director of an office, residence hall director, academic advisor, professor, etc.

What does the winner receive?

The winning student receives a certificate and will be featured in an issue of International Student Voice Magazine.

What are the deadlines to nominate a student?

Deadline to nominate a student to be featured in the fall 2016 issue: August 19, 2016

Deadline to nominate a student to be featured in the spring 2017 issue: December 15, 2016

Any questions please email Carrie Circosta, Editor in Chief at ccircosta@internationalstudentvoice.org

Nominate a student for the ISV Spotlight Award! Just follow these easy steps:

1. Write a nomination no more than two pages explaining why the student deserves the award

2. Use the form below to submit the nomination

 

View past ISV Spotlight Award winners:

Sid Thatham-India, University of Cincinnati 

Nadir Nibras-Bangladesh, Oklahoma State University

Yashwant Prakash Vyas-India, Texas A&M University 

Shuhei Onishi-Japan, Kapiolani Community College  

Meet Thakkar-India, Cambrian College (Canada)

Jing Wei Wu-China, Okanagan College

Mavara Agha and Sarah Freeman-United States, Northwestern University

Ivan Hunnitcutt-Brazil, Pittsburg State University

 

 

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