Her Orientation speech comes recommended as a 'must-see'; her talks and self-defense training at the Sidney-Pacific dormitory have drawn crowds exceeding one hundred students. Her work with the Graduate Student and LBGT communities shows special dedication to ensuring that MIT creates and safeguards an inclusive and welcoming environment. One writer states, "Sergeant Cheryl Vossmer's ability to cross boundaries between and within MIT's diverse communities has empowered more people and groups than I can think of."
We cherish Cheryl and are pleased to present her with an MIT Excellence Award for Creating Connections. Congratulations.