2020 Student Life Award Winners Announced in Philadelphia
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2020 Student Life Award Winners Announced in Philadelphia

April 20, 2020

Recently, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine’s (PCOM) Student Organizations Council announced the winners of its annual Student Life Awards on the Philadelphia campus. These awards are presented to students, faculty and organizations who have gone above and beyond to fortify the PCOM community.

Over 50 votes were cast this year. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, student and faculty winners will be mailed their awards. The Student Organizations Council hopes to host a celebration upon returning to campus.

This year’s winners are:

Service Award: Briana Krewson (DO ’23)
Individual Dedication to the Community Award: Nada Fadl (DO ’23)
Group Dedication to the Community Award: PCOM Hearts
Outstanding Student Leader of the Year Award: David Glass (DO ’22)
First Year Achievement Award: Jeremy Reich (DO ’23)
Innovative Programming Award: TEACH
Outstanding Advisor of the Year Award: Peter Bidey, DO ‘08
Outstanding Student Organization of the Year Award: Emergency Medicine Club
Unsung Hero Award: Emily Heydt (PsyD ’24)

Congratulations to this year’s winners!

Learn more about PCOM’s response to COVID-19.

Learn more about student life at PCOM.

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