CUW faculty selected Kimber Powers as Concordia's Student of the Month for November.
Powers is a double major in Biomedical Science and Psychology. She was nominated by Prof. Tracey Tuffey.
Tuffey said of Powers:
“She is an outstanding student and when she is not working at the hospital, she works as the Head PSY 101 Peer Leader. In this role, she exerts effort toward mastering tasks and responsibilities such as: tutoring, mentoring, leading, and collaborating on several psycho-educational projects.
She is spearheading a Winterim service project in which CUW students become pen pals with various nursing home residents to help combat loneliness related to COVID-19. She is reliable, honest, and a strong woman of faith. Kimber has an incredibly genuine and caring disposition. Her compassion, sensitivity, and sincere interest in the well-being of others are definite strengths of character.”
— This story is written by Kali Thiel, director of university communications for Concordia University Wisconsin and Ann Arbor. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-243-2149.
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