The University of Wisconsin-Superior named Rachel Bursik, Victoria Greer and D'Andre Robinson the recipients of the 2018 Chancellor's Leadership Award. This award is given to members of the graduating class committed to personal growth who have made positive contributions.
A double major in math secondary education and English secondary education, Bursik has been an active member of the campus community - in Residence Life as a resident assistant, tutor and supplemental instruction leader for the Educational Success Center. The Stillwater, Minnesota, resident is a member of Sigma Tau Delta, the Yellowjacket Activities Crew, Residence Hall Association, and the Mascot Team, as well as a Board Member of Dean's Student Advisory, and Future Teachers Association. Bursik earned a Bachelor of Arts degree magna cum laude honors. After graduation, Bursik will teach mathematics at Hidden Oaks Middle School in Prior Lake, Minn.
Greer has been successful in a wide variety of academic, professional and personal settings. Majoring in English education and an individually-designed major in Spanish secondary education, the Kansas City, Missouri, native has been involved as resident assistant, assistant hall manager, and hall manager in Residence Life. Inducted member of UW-Superior's chapter of the English honor society, Sigma Tau Delta, and served as a student adviser in Residence Hall Association. Greer earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with summa cum laude honors. Following graduation, Greer will teach Spanish to Luck, Wisconsin, School District students in grades 7-12 and exploratory classes to younger students.
Robinson is a double major in communications - digital cinema track - and sociology. He has served president for the past two years of the Black Student Union and has acted as a leadership mentor through the Office of Multicultural Affairs. A McNair scholar, he is also a member of UW-Superior's Sociology and Anthropology Club. Off campus, Robinson has been involved with the NAACP. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree with magna cum laude honors. Robinson, a resident of Minneapolis, will continue his education with graduate studies at the University of Minnesota Duluth.