Grace Mauzy, a senior at William Woods University (WWU) and native of Holts Summit, Missouri, was recently honored with prestigious awards for service and leadership from the University as part of its year-end Co-Curricular Awards. At the end of each academic year, WWU recognizes a select group of graduating seniors who have achieved excellence in academic, co-curricular and service projects during their time at the University.
Mauzy, who graduated this Spring with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and Advertising, and a minor in Spanish, received the Academic Service-Learning and McNutt awards from the University. While at WWU, Mauzy has been involved in a variety of service and leadership projects while earning distinguished academic honors.
The Academic Service-Learning Award is presented to the graduate with a minimum grade point average of 3.40 who, in the estimation of the faculty of the University, has best exemplified an exceptional commitment to service-learning.
The McNutt Award is presented to to the graduating senior whose consistency of purpose and selfless devotion to service were contributed without consideration of award and who best exemplifies the spirt and qualities of Amy Shelton McNutt, an alumna of William Woods University in whose honor the award was named.
In her four years at WWU, Mauzy has served in significant leadership roles on campus including President of the Campus Activities Board, Co-President of Student Assembly, New Student Orientation leader, and as a Veritan. She has used the skills developed in her academic disciplines to serve as Social Media Coordinator for the Sexuality and Gender Alliance, Marketing Coordinator for the Campus Activities Board, Event Planning Officer for DECA, Vice-President of Public Relations and Marketing for Alpha Chi Omega sorority, and as a COVID Vaccine Student Ambassador.