USJ Awards

The Office of Student Conduct has recognized many members of the University Community for their contributions to the campus. Most have been members of our University Student Judiciary.

Watch the 2021 USJ Award Ceremony via our IGTV page.

The Pavela Prize

The Pavela Prize recognizes a student who has made significant contributions to academic integrity and ethical development programming, including fostering discussion about and enhancement of University academic integrity or student conduct policies across campus. The Fun reflects the contributions, support, and encouragement of the family of Gary Pavela (former Director of Judicial Programs & Student Ethical Development), including Gary’s mother, Mae, and his wife, Margaret. The recipient of this award will receive a monetary gift and plaque.

The 2021 Pavela Prize recipient is Kaylee Towey. Previous recipients can be found here

Camille K. Rajpat Award

The Camille K. Rajpat award recognizes the outstanding member of the University Student Judiciary each year. This award was established in honor of Camille K. Rajpat, a Student Honor Council member and Presiding Officer, 1997-1998. Camille was elected to serve Honor Council Secretary for the 1998-1999 academic year when she passed away in October of 1998 due to complications from cancer treatment. She is celebrated by her friends for the dedication, fairness, and compassion her service brought. The recipient of this award will receive a monetary gift and plaque.

The 2021 Rajpat Award Recipient is Rachel Yu. Previous recipients can be found here.

The Integrity Award

The Integrity Award recognizes a member of the University who best displays character, ethics, and integrity. Nominations are collected from members of the University community and the University Student Judiciary then selects the award recipient.

The 2021 Integrity Award recipient is Stuti Ganatra. Previous recipients can be found here.