CSPA Student Named Bob Hess Outstanding Graduate Student

imageCongratulations to Adam Iserman, a graduate student in the College Student Personnel Services and Administration (CSPA) program in the Department of Leadership Studies (College of Education).  Adam won the Bob Huss Outstanding Graduate Student Award at the 2015 annual Southwest Association of College and University Housing Officers (SWACUHO) meeting in Oklahoma City, OK.

SWACUHO awards only four Bob Huss awards per year and only one of those to the state of Arkansas. To be considered for the award, nominees must be a currently enrolled graduate student, be currently living in a residence hall, and have contributed significantly to residence hall living and to the university community on their campus.

Adam earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a B.A. in Middle/Secondary Social Science Education (History emphasis) and a minor in Psychology. He was involved with Residence Life as a Resident Hall Association Representative and Resident Assistant.  In addition, Adam was active in his Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity, Students Promoting Respect, National Residence Hall Honorary, UWP Golf Club, and advised students through the First Year Experience Office. Currently, Adam is the Student Conduct Coordinator for the UCA Housing and Residence Life department.  He is completing his master’s thesis by investigating the relationship between resident assistants and residents.

This is the second year in a row that the University of Central Arkansas’ CSPA program brought home the award.  The 2014 recipient was Amanda Kuster, who is now a Resident Life Coordinator at the University of Alabama-Birmingham.

Adam will graduate in May with his master’s in College Student Personnel Services and Administration.