University of Pittsburgh at Titusville sophomore Domonik Daniels received one of three National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Mid Atlantic Region Outstanding Undergraduate Student Leader awards at its regional conference in Buffalo, NY October 24th.
Domonik Daniels is a second year student at Pitt-Titusville. Shortly after his arrival on campus last fall, he jumped in with both feet to get involved with campus life. He has participated in countless events on campus, set up and cleaned up almost every sound equipment setup for student activities, as well as led student organization meetings. He continues to make student life a positive function on campus. He is very energetic and willing to try any new projects to incorporate the campus and community and to make sure the students interests are met at Pitt-Titusville.
He has been involved in a variety of activities during his two years at Pitt-Titusville. Domonik is currently serving his first term as the Student Activities Board President and is the Vice President for Programming for the Student Government Association. He is also a member of Black Student Union. Domonik rarely says no to participate in activities and has always been willing to lend a helping hand to support in any way he possibly can.
Domonik has also continued his support of the campus by being a leader and resource person to the new Pitt-Titusville students as an Orientation Leader. He is a role model and leader on campus.
At the conference where he received the award he also volunteered as a student member of the showcase production crew. In that capacity he worked behind the scenes setting up performer’s sound needs on stage.
Stephanie Fiely, Director of Student Activities, nominated Daniels for the award and said “Domonik has made it part of his mission at Pitt-Titusville to reach out to students and make sure they get involved in campus activities and what is available on campus through student organizations. He is very deserving of this honor and award.”