Delta Zeta Announces Florence Hood Miner and Grace Mason Lundy Award Recipients

(Oxford, Ohio)  It is with great pleasure that the National Council announces the 2019 recipients of the Florence Hood Miner Award and the Grace Mason Lundy Award.

 

The Florence Hood Miner Award was first given out at the 1948 Convention in recognition of her service as National Vice President, Editor of The LAMP of Delta Zeta, Historian and other national offices. The award shall be given to members of Delta Zeta who in their junior year made the greatest contribution to their college, chapter and Delta Zeta through outstanding leadership on the campus while maintaining a good academic record. The 2019 recipients are:

Anna Casey, Epsilon Nu Chapter, Missouri State University

Alexandra Elias, Beta Gamma Chapter, University of Louisville

Meghan Gallagher, Xi Upsilon Chapter, Northeastern University

Emily Ledet, Kappa Alpha Chapter, Nicholls State University

Caroline Rowland, Delta Phi Chapter, Northeastern State University

Hannah Waltmon, Alpha Theta Chapter, University of Kentucky

 

The Grace Mason Lundy award was first given out at the 1948 Convention in recognition of her many years of service as a National President, Historian and in other national offices. It shall be presented to senior members of Delta Zeta who throughout their college years have given greatest evidence of loyalty, devotion and service to their chapters and to the Sorority. The 2019 recipients are:

Cora Bair, Theta Zeta Chapter, University of Akron

Mallory Golski, Omicron Gamma Chapter, Ohio University

Peyton Marcozzi, Xi Upsilon Chapter, Northeastern University

Connor McGinnis, Beta Gamma Chapter, University of Louisville

Maggie Casteel Mesker, Pi Chi Chapter, Western Kentucky University

Caitlyn Skuodas, Beta Tau Chapter, Nebraska Wesleyan University

Paige E. Thomas, Kappa Alpha Chapter, Nicholls State University

 

Delta Zeta Sorority is a premier global network of inspired women who share a vision to truly change the world through leadership, service and philanthropy. Founded on Miami University’s campus in Oxford, Ohio in 1902, the Sorority has more than 266,000 alumnae and collegiate members in the United States and Canada. The Delta Zeta Foundation, a non-profit organization, makes possible gifts and support for scholarships, leadership, philanthropy and education. Learn more about our mission at deltazeta.org. For more information about the Delta Zeta Foundation, visit deltazeta.org/give-graciously.

For further information, please contact Cindy Menges, Executive Director at Press@deltazeta.org.