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Elaine Johnson, a senior from Baltimore, Md, was the first student to win an iPad for completing the National Survey for Student Engagement. She receives the technology prize from Genevieve Tighe, assistant vice president for Academic Affairs/Institutional Effectiveness, and DSU President Harry L. Williams. The University has given away two iPads, and will give away two more after April 8.

  Two Students Win iPads, Two More Remain for Survey Completion


Two DSU students have been rewarded with new iPads Airs for completing the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), and two more will be given away.

Leslie Ebert, a DSU senior, also won an iPad for participating in the NSSE.

 
Elaine Johnson, a senior movement science major from Baltimore, Md., and Leslie Ebert, a senior nursing major from Wilmington, are the first two recipients of the 32 GB iPads.
 
DSU students still have a chance to win one of two more iPad that will be given away to a couple of lucky students who take the time to complete the NSSE. The survey collects information about the students’ participation in programs and activities designed to impact their learning and personal development.
 
Students at DSU have until April 8 to complete the survey and be eligible to win one of the iPads. For instructions on how to access the survey, students should refer to the March emails sent from DSU President Harry L. Williams about the NSSE.
 
“DSU is thankful to each student who has provided valuable feedback on our programs by completing the NSSE Survey,” said Genevieve Tighe, assistant vice president for Academic Affairs/Institutional Effectiveness.
 
Two more winners will be selected from among the students who complete the survey by April 8, 2014.  Students who started the survey, but did not complete it, still have time to finish the survey by that date.