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PR senior receives top university honor

The University of South Carolina presented its highest student honor, the Algernon Sydney Sullivan award to Lauren Nottoli, a public relations student from the School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Lauren NottoliLauren is a graduate of Cardinal Newman High School in Columbia. Mentoring roles during her time at Carolina have included both the Emerging Leader and Greek Emerging Leader Programs, as well as service as a University 101 Peer Leader.

She served as president of her sorority, Gamma Phi Beta, during her junior and senior years, and was named one of the top 11 presidents of her sorority nationally. Her involvement in Dance Marathon includes work as a dancer, Miracle Cup coordinator, external director and mini-marathon director for Dance Marathon. She was a top five finalist in this year’s University Homecoming Showcase, and a finalist for USC’s Outstanding Woman of the Year award.

“I am most proud of getting to know so many people and making an impact on them. I wanted to let them have a great experience like I have had here,” she said. “One of the greatest contributions I have brought to this university is sharing my love for USC with high school students in the form of Dance Marathon.”

After graduation in May, she will travel as a collegiate leadership consultant for her sorority, Gamma Phi Beta, and plans to attend law school in fall 2014.

This is the second consecutive year that a public relations student has received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan award; Christina Galardi won the honor in 2012.

Sullivan awards are given each year to one graduating woman and one graduating man for outstanding achievements, campus leadership, exemplary character and service to the community. The award, given at 15 colleges and universities across the country, is named for the 19th-century New York lawyer and philanthropist.

 
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