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Spartan Project SEARCH – Peer Mentoring Program Receives 2019 Jon C. Dalton Institute Award

The Jon C. Dalton Institute on College Student Values convenes students, faculty, and professionals from different sectors of higher education and from across the country to gain and share the knowledge, resources and connections aimed at enhancing student engagement in the community.

The Best Practices Award recognizes outstanding programs relevant to developing college student character and values.  The theme for the 2019 Dalton Institute is Isolation or Inclusion: Building a Culture of Connection on Campus.  At the Institute, the Spartan Project SEARCH – Peer Mentoring Program will be honored during an Awards Luncheon and will present about the program in a dedicated session.

Congratulations Spartan Project SEARCH – Peer Mentoring Team, Interns, and many more local supporters whose invaluable contributions have allowed the program to flourish!

About the Jon C. Dalton Institute.  The Dalton Institute was established in 1991 to provide an opportunity to learn about the most current issues, research, and educational activities pertaining to character education in college. Originally the Institute on College Student Values, the conference was renamed in 2010 to honor the work of Dr. Jon C. Dalton who served as Vice President for Student Affairs at FSU, past president of NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education), and currently serves as Co-Editor of the Journal of College and Character.  For more information, go to studentvalues.fsu.edu