For the fifth year in a row, ABLE received a top tier award presented by the Student Association at the Purple & Gold Awards ceremony. The Community Partnership Award recognizes a student organization that has helped another student organization accomplish their goals and fulfill their mission statement. Congratulations!
Frank Peluso, the former president of ABLE, was awarded with the Outstanding Senior Award at the 2013 School of Business graduation. This award recognizes seniors who have contributed greatly to the University during the course of their undergraduate careers. This award is among thehighest conferred upon undergraduates. Frank, congratulations from all the members of ABLE, as you have truly made a profound impact on all of us.
ABLE received the Community Partnership Award during the 2013 Purple & Gold Awards. This award recognizes that ABLE assisted a student organization in accomplishing their mission statement. It's a very prestigious award, in the top three tier of all awards given. Congratulations members!
Again ABLE is pleased to announce that we received the Purple and Gold Award – Outstanding Pre-Professional & Academic Group. This award recognizes our outstanding commitment to educating others regardless of our pre-professional and/or academic field of choice through programming during the 2011-2012 academic year.
ABLE is pleased to announce that we received the Purple and Gold Award –Outstanding Pre-Professional & Academic Group. This award recognizes our outstanding commitment to educating others regardless of our pre-professional and/or academic field of choice through programming during the 2010-2011 academic year.
ABLE is also proud to announce that we are the recipient of the President’s Award for Leadership – Community Service Award. This award recognizes the group’s significant contributions to the quality of student life on campus. We have been recognized for painting the Lincoln Elementary School.
We also received the Rising Star Award from the American Cancer Society for raising over $1600 for Relay for Life. Congratulations everyone!
ABLE is proud to announce that we are the recipient of the Most Involved in Community At-Large Award. This Purple and Gold Award honors a Student Association recognized student organization that has had a very strong presence in the Albany community at-large during the 2009-2010 academic year and succeeds in carrying out the mission statement of their group through community service and volunteer efforts. We are recognized for working well with outside organizations and positively representing the University at Albany in the neighboring areas.
ABLE executive board member and former president, Andy Toppin was awarded with the Graduating Student Leader Award. This award recognizes graduating students who have taken leadership roles in their respective student organizations. These students have devoted much time and energy into their organization with the desire to leave a lasting impact, so that emerging student leaders may follow in their footsteps in the years to come.
ABLE executive board member and future president for the 2010-2011 year,Neema Moghadam was awarded with the Emerging Student Leader Award. This award recognizes young, up-and-coming student leaders who have taken great initiative in becoming active members of their respective Student Association recognized student organizations.
ABLE is proud to announce that we are the recipient of the Award for Leadership – Community Service Award. This award recognizes the group’s significant contributions to the quality of student life on campus.