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Honor society advisor earns national award

HinzPULLMAN, Wash. – Susan C. Hinz, advisor of the Gamma Tau chapter of Mortar Board at Washington State University, recently received the Excellence in Advising with Distinction award from the Mortar Board national honor society for college seniors. She is one of four national winners.

The award is presented annually to advisors who demonstrate leadership, mentorship and spirit of service.

Hinz has served as WSU Mortar Board advisor for 33 years. She is a former associate director of the WSU News Bureau.

 

 

 

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