Student Yale Cho Honored by University of Illinois at Chicago Chancellor

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry student Yale Cho was selected for a UIC Chancellor’s Student Service Award.
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UIC Chancellor Michael Amaridis and student Yale Cho.
UIC Chancellor Michael Amaridis and student Yale Cho.
CHICAGO - July 1, 2015 - PRLog -- University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry student Yale Cho was selected for a UIC Chancellor’s Student Service Award (CSSA), which he received from Chancellor Michael Amiridis April 9.

The CSSA honors students who have made an outstanding contribution to the University through service to campus and the UIC community.

“This is a tremendous honor for Yale and our College,” said Dean Clark Stanford.

Cho was nominated for the award by Millie Mendez, Director of Student Affairs, and Dr. Larry Salzmann, Clinical Professor and Predoctoral Program Clinic Director, Pediatric Dentistry.

“Millie and Dr. S recognized that I put a lot of energy into organization activities at our College,” Cho explained. “My community service includes my involvement in the American Student Dental Association as President-Elect, and co-founding our Pride Alliance group.”

         Cho noted that, “From day one, both Dr. S and Millie have encouraged me to give back to the College community, and I cannot thank them enough for making themselves available to all of our students.”

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