WMU-Cooley’s Tampa Bay campus holds honors convocation
WMU-Cooley Law School’s Tampa Bay campus held an honors convocation on July 13, recognizing students enrolled in the law school’s summer term for their achievements.
Christina Sabella of Tampa who earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida, was presented with the Leadership Achievement Award. Sabella was recognized for “consistently, comprehensively, and effectively” providing leadership in a variety of capacities. She has served as a member of Cooley’s Florida Association for Women Lawyers Student Chapter, Student Bar Association senator, and public relations director for the Student Bar Association.
Zhanna Mendolia, who was originally from the Russian Federation, was presented with the Alumni Association Distinguished Student Award. The award is given to selected graduating students based on academic accomplishments, professionalism and ethics, demonstrated leadership at WMU-Cooley, meaningful extracurricular activities, and post-graduation plans.
The recipients are selected by the past presidents and executive committee of the WMU-Cooley Alumni Association. The recipients will receive a diploma frame from the law school.