Huntsman Students Recognized at the Robins Awards Ceremony


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Three Huntsman students and a Huntsman club were recognized at the 63rd Annual Robins Awards Ceremony at Utah State University. The Robins Awards are the most coveted of all Utah State honors. They reward students and faculty for hard work and dedication to their individual goals, as well as the goals of USU.

The Nicholas Robins award went to Sami Ahmed for his tireless work over the past two years serving as USU’s Student Body President, especially during this past year wrestling with the complexities of the pandemic.

The Geraldine Robins award went to Brock Hardcastle, recognized especially for his work on a project to eliminate the cost of feminine hygiene products across campus.

The Legacy of Utah State award went to Ashley Morrey, who returned to school several years after becoming widowed with three young children. During her time at Utah State, Ashley became the President of the Human Resource Management Club and used the challenges surrounding COVID-19 to include other Utah schools in virtual events. Ashley also opened the Utah HR Case Competition to out-of-state state schools.

“Sami, Brock, and Ashley represent the best of Huntsman values,” said Associate Dean for Student & External Affairs, Dave Patel.

The Organization of The Year Award was given to Huntsman ProSales, which is led by Sterling Bone, Professor of Marketing and Director of the Huntsman ProSales Program.

“For the past six years we have been building a nationally-recognized sales program here at USU,” said Bone. “To be recognized by the university signifies that ProSales has achieved greatness in serving our Utah State University students and community. This is an honor for the many student leaders past and present who have believed in ProSales and have built a legacy for the future.”