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0 April 29, 2004
Volume 34 Number 11
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Josie Cline, Physical Education, Wins Glenn Kendall Award

Josie Cline

Josie Cline
Photo by Lisa Kirk

 


Arkansas Josephine (Josie) Cline, graduating senior with a B.A. in physical education specializing in movement studies and adapted physical activity, is the recipient of the Glenn Kendall Public Service Award. Rebecca Lytle, professor of physical education and exercise science, nominated Cline for the award, claiming that “individuals who interact with her rise to her expectations through her positive and professional example. She is truly a gifted teacher.”

Academically, Cline has a high grade point average in her area of specialization, seeks knowledge on her own, and participates in service-learning activities. Her public service activities include volunteering for the Special Olympics, teaching disabled adults and autistic children, participating in the Chico Unified School District Special Education Program, raising funds for the Work Training Center and the American Cancer Society Relay For Life, coaching basketball, and tutoring students in reading. Cline is recognized for her skills as a team player, leading by example and welcoming ideas from others.

The following students received honorable mention certificates in recognition of their outstanding service to the university and the community:
• Joseph Bishop, communication design
• Karina Contreras, social work
• Melissa Houston, business administration
• Lorena Jimenez, psychology
• Katherine (K.T.) Lee, agriculture science and education
• Tiffany Lee, child development
• Mario Sagastume, economics
• Rachel Whiting, women’s studies

The Glenn Kendall Public Service Award was established in 1970 in recognition of former Chico State College President Glenn Kendall, who placed public service at the top of his professional priorities and dedicated his career to encouraging faculty and students to do likewise.

Linda Moore

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