Jaaniki Golebiowski named ‘Student of the Month’ for September

Friday November 1, 2019Fatihath Assani
Student of the month with university staff members
Jaaniki Golebiowski (second from left) is flanked by (from left): Raleigh Hawk, acting ticketing and customer service manager at Rockefeller Arts Center; Daniel Goodwin, assistant director of Residence Life; Alicia Wroblewski, agency program aide, Residence Life; and Kevin Hahn, associate director of Residence Life.

Jaaniki Golebiowski of Johnson City has been named Student of the Month for September by the Office of Residence Life.

Raleigh Hawk, acting ticketing and customer service manager for the Rockefeller Arts Center, nominated Ms. Golebiowski for the award because she is “very academically minded and devotes herself to her studies.”

A Theater Arts and Video Production major, Golebiowski has worked for the past year as both a house manager at RAC and as a ticketing supervisor at the Fredonia Ticket Office. She makes it a point to help those in need whether they are patrons or student employees.

“I know that I can always trust her judgement and understanding in helping people that are guests on campus enjoy themselves to the fullest and giving not only Rockefeller Arts Center, but Fredonia as a whole, a great name,” Mr. Hawk said.

Hawk indicates that Golebiowski is always enthusiastic when speaking of her school work, and always strives for the best grade she can achieve in class. Golebiowski carries a 3.85 GPA, which is quite impressive considering that she is also involved in clubs such as Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society, Alpha PSI Omega theater organization and Golden Key International Honour Society, among others.

When asked about her favorite things about Fredonia, Golebiowski stated, “I love that I get to be able to do a lot of different things and (I) like the campus a lot. Golebiowski’s future goal is to get a job at a film company or to be a writer.

The Student of the Month program was implemented in 2003 to recognize students who are well-rounded, excel in their academics and contribute positively to the campus and community. Those who would like to nominate a student are asked to visit the form online

 

 

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