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2004 - Award Winners
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Charles W. Beene Memorial Service Award
Tom Kane, University of South Florida

SEAHO Founders Award
Rita Moser, Florida State University

James C. Grimm Outstanding New Professional Award
Ryan Winget

Michael Collins, Millsaps College

Graduate Student of the Year
Camilla Jones, Clemson University

Graduate Issues and Involvement SPE Grant Winner
Molly Cuicchi, University of Georgia

SEAHO Report Feature Article of the Year
Dei Allard, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Bridging the Gap Between Faculty and Residential Life

Humanitarian Winners
Miguel Hernandez, Appalachian State University
Joline Esterling, University of Southern Mississippi

Educational Programs Grant Winners
Gary Kimble, University of Southern Mississippi, "Care Package"
Maylen Aldana, Appalachian State University, "The Power of One"
Heidi LeCount, Meredith College, "Pre-Spring Break Beach Party"
Brad Shuck, Western Kentucky University, "The Six O'Clock Hour"

Conference Fee Waiver Scholarship Winners
Meredith Varner, Kerri Ekberg, Rinardo Reddick, Miguel Hernandez, Tim Martin, Sherry R. Ingram, John P. Stinchon, Deidre Repass, Karl S. Burns, and George Timson.

New Professional Case Study Winner
Julie Anne Cunningham, Georgia Southern University and Ronika Anderson, Georgia Southern University

Graduate Student Case Study Winner
Christopher Coogan, University of Florida and Jonathon Wylie, Clemson University

Best of SEAHO
"Tennessee House Calls", Jerry Adams and Brandon Dotson, University of Tennessee


  1. "Why are all the black professionals sitting together at the conference", Countess Hughes, Georgia State University
  2. "Who keeps moving my gorillas, Tradition in Residence Hall Communities", Shane Cadden and Meredith Varner, University of Central Florida
  3. "What a Bright Idea", Ashley Smith and Jenny Slear, Valdosta State University
  4. "Moving off campus, Freedom comes with a price", Joe Paulick, University of Central Florida
  5. "Developing a Retention State of Mind", Rob Foreman, Gardner-Webb University 

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