NASHUA, N.H. – Daniel Webster College junior Mitchell Groder of Wilton was recently honored with the institution’s Distinguished Service Award.

Groder, an aviation flight operations major, is involved in campus life. “I don’t think I can say enough about Mitch’s involvement on campus. He is involved in so many aspects of the community; it’s hard to find him sitting still. When he’s not working in the Admissions Office as a student ambassador, he’s in the Student Senate Office diligently working in his role as vice president. And if that’s not enough, he is an RA in Baddour Hall for about 40 students and is a member of the Block Party Committee. Mitch shares his commitment to the Daniel Webster College campus and helps make it a better place to be,” said Erika Paradis, assistant dean of residence life.

Said Susan Elsass, dean of student life, “Being selected for the college’s Distinguished Service Award is one of the greatest honors that Daniel Webster College can give to a student.

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