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Kristin Ferguson wins Nova Southeastern University SEC Student of the Year

Kristin Ferguson, winner of the NSU 2013 SEC Student of the Year, is congratulated by Nova Southeastern University President George Hanbury at NSU's annual STUEY Awards ceremony held on April 16, 2013, in Davie, Florida.
Kristin Ferguson, winner of the NSU 2013 SEC Student of the Year, is congratulated by Nova Southeastern University President George Hanbury at NSU's annual STUEY Awards ceremony held on April 16, 2013, in Davie, Florida.

Nova Southeastern University 2013 Student Life Achievement Award (STUEY) winner for the SEC Student of the year!

The NSU awards ceremony held on April 16, recognized 28 students, faculty, staff, corporate partners and alumni who have contributed to building a greater sense of community and campus life. Kristin Ferguson, an NSU Orlando PA student, was selected as the Nova Southeastern University SEC Student of the Year.

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Kristin L. Ferguson is president of the Orlando Physician Assistant (PA) Program Student Government Association. Her leadership, organization, and determination has led the class of 2014 to be actively engaged in numerous community service events. She organized a shoe donation drive for local children, as well as participated in a community sexual health fair. She helped to coordinate donations for Harbor House of Central Florida, organized volunteers for a Special Olympics dance; gathered supplies for military physician assistants serving in Afghanistan; hosted a Halloween fundraiser for underprivileged children; and organized two local 5k races for cancer awareness. During her free time, she serves dinner at Orlando's' Ronald McDonald House. She also makes it a point to speak with potential students who interview for the program, to encourage them to attend NSU. Kristin is a role model for her classmates, NSU Orlando and the whole NSU Community.


Kristin has just completed her 1st year of graduate school study in the Physician Assistant Program at Nova Southeastern University in Orlando, Florida. She is a 2008 graduate of McDonogh School in Owings Mills, and a 2012 graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in Biology. Her parents are Mike and Wendy Ferguson of Eldersburg, Maryland.

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