Centenary College International Outreach Award
The Centenary College International Outreach Award is presented annually in the spring of the academic year to graduating seniors who stand out among their peers for their involvement with Centenary's international programs.
Students selected to receive this award demonstrate a passion for diverse cultures, a desire to help others, and a hunger for global knowledge.
Nataša Draganič Lavor
Nataša was a Spanish major from Montenegro. During her time at Centenary, she played women's basketball, experienced both tragedy and joy. Nataša has shown herself to be a leader of strength and grace.
Left to Right: Asst. Director Sara Parrott, Nataša Dragonič Lavor & Director Chris Lavan
As a Serbian international student, Dragan's energy and dedication made him a bright face around campus. With a degree in Health and Exercise Science, he plans to continue at Centenary post graduation to help coach the soccer team.
Left to Right: Asst. Director Sara Parrott, Dragan Hinič & Director Chris Lavan
Sarah spent the 2008-2009 academic year studying in Northern Ireland. After returning to Centenary, she continued to exemplify what it means to be a global citizen by reaching out to our visiting international students, as well as being a resource to fellow Centenary students about to embark on a study abroad experience of their own.
L to R: Asst. Director Kelsey Hawthorne, Sarah Savage, Director Chris Lavan
Sarah in Northern Ireland
2009 - Aleksandra Kasztalaska, Kari Patterson, William Harvey