2021 Diamond Award Recipients

Student Affairs is pleased to announce the 2021 Diamond Award Recipients.  These are genuine Temple diamonds - passionate about scholarship, devoted to service, and dedicated to leadership. We know they will go on to change the world. Congratulations!

Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are unable to hold our traditional award ceremony; however, please join us in honoring these students and recognizing their extraordinary accomplishments. There will be a live premiere of the virtual award ceremony on May 12th at 4 pm. Please subscribe to or bookmark our YouTube channel in order to receive updates about the premiere.

2021 Diamond Award Recipients:

  1. Julia Charlton – College of Science and Technology – Biology
  2. Jasmine Dantzler – College of Public Health – Health Professions
  3. Leah DeFlitch – College of Science and Technology – Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
  4. Heather DeSalvo – College of Liberal Arts and College of Science and Technology – Neuroscience: Systems, Behavior & Plasticity
  5. Taylar Enlow – College of Liberal Arts – Global Studies: Global Cultures
  6. Thomas Hernandez – College of Liberal Arts and The Lew Klein College of Media and Communication – Communication Studies & Political Science
  7. Cristian Hinkley – School of Social Work – Social Work
  8. Daniel Jovin – College of Engineering – Bioengineering
  9. Erin Knotek – College of Liberal Arts – Psychology and Spanish
  10. Charita Kunta – College of Liberal Arts and College of Science and Technology – Neuroscience: Cellular and Molecular
  11. Quinn Litsinger – College of Liberal Arts – Political Science
  12. Megan McGuire – College of Liberal Arts – Criminal Justice
  13. Larice Mejia – Fox School of Business and Management – Human Resource Management
  14. Hayley Moore – College of Liberal Arts – Psychology
  15. Kayla Myers – College of Public Health – Exercise and Sport Science
  16. Priya Nigam – College of Science and Technology – Neuroscience: Cellular & Molecular (B.S.)  + Computer Science (B.A.)
  17. Kishan Patel – College of Liberal Arts and College of Science and Technology – Biology, Spanish
  18. Akshaya Ramaswamy – College of Science and Technology – Neuroscience: Cellular & Molecular
  19. Mark Rey – College of Public Health – Public Health: Health Policy & Management
  20. Wesley  Rosenberger – School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management – Tourism and Hospitality Management
  21. Maryam Salawu – College of Science and Technology – Information Science Technology
  22. Hye-yun Sohn – Fox School of Business and Management – Management Information Systems
  23. Shaine Stuhlmuller – College of Liberal Arts – Global Studies (Security Track)