Ashleigh Krastin receives KDP Distinguished Chapter Officer Award

Ashleigh Krastin was recently selected as a recipient of the Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) Distinguished Chapter Officer Award. The award is presented to only a few of the more than 3,000 current and immediate past KDP officers across the United States.

"Kappa Delta Pi connected me with COE students who were going through the same rigorous program I was and faculty who would support me along the way. Those connections from KDP gave me lifelong friends and incredible mentors. My experience in the education program would not have been the same without them!" said Krastin.

The responsibilities of KDP chapter officers often include planning events and service projects, as well as recruitment and maintaining the chapter. The award is presented based on factors such as leadership, relationship building and society mission following.

Krastin will be formally recognized with the award at the KDP 2015 Convocation in October. She graduated from the UNT College of Education with a bachelor’s in interdisciplinary studies in May of this year. During her last undergraduate semester, she also wrote the winning paper for the category of social and behavioral sciences at the Honors College Scholars Day.


Learn more about Kappa Delta Pi Honor society at their website.

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By Jessie Laljer, UNT's College of Education Development and External Relations Office
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