Caroline Mozo, a fourth-year student in the Department of Interior Architecture & Design, was recently presented with the College of Fine Arts Humanitarian of the Year Award. This tremendous distinction places her among the most esteemed student service leaders at Florida State University. The 2018 President’s Humanitarian of the Year Award is bestowed upon currently enrolled undergraduate students who have made an outstanding contribution through public service. Caroline attended the awards luncheon with Department Chair, Dr. Lisa Waxman, earlier this month. The event was hosted by President Thrasher in honor of this prestigious achievement.
Caroline has served the community through her involvement with Camp Kesem, which benefits children affected by a parent’s cancer and Autism Speaks U, which supports members of the autism community and their families. Both organizations are affiliated with Florida State University. Collectively, Caroline has dedicated over 2,000 hours through these organizations.
The department would like to commend Caroline for her dedication and service and congratulate her for receiving the 2018 President’s Humanitarian of the Year Award.