The Division of Student Affairs at Elizabeth City State University recently held
a ceremony to recognize outstanding student leaders for their academic and leadership
DeVon McNair, a senior from Kinston, N.C., won the Chancellor's Student Leadership
Award. The eligible student must be a junior or senior student who possesses leadership
qualities; is an ambassador for the university and has exemplified a genuine passion
for the university. A minimum 3.0 grade point average is required. McNair appears
with ECSU Chancellor Willie J. Gilchrist.
Valerie Edwards, a junior from Whiteville, N.C., won the Vice Chancellor for Student
Affairs Award. Eligible students can be a freshman, sophomore or junior who has been
involved as an active participant and supporter of programs sponsored by the Division
of Student Affairs. This student possesses many of the core values of the Student
Affairs profession such as ethical decision making, service, integrity, diversity
and excellence and may aspire to work in the field of Student Affairs. A minimum
GPA of 2.5 is required. Edwards appears with Dr. Anthony Brown, vice chancellor for
the Division of Student Affairs.