Three finalists named for Tommie Award 2010 St. Thomas Newsroom December 14, 2009 The field of candidates for the Tommie Award 2010 has been narrowed from 25 to three: Steven Broszko, Teron Buford and Annie Donnellan. The three rose to the top after the preliminary vote held Dec. 7-9.Steven BroszkoProfiles for the three finalists are available for review here. To access the Web site, a username and password are required. Forgot your password? Visit the password Web site or contact the IRT Help Desk, (651) 962-6230.The final voting to determine the Tommie Award winner will be held Monday through Wednesday, Feb.15-17, 2010. All students, faculty and staff are eligible to participate in the voting, which will be conducted online. The award will be presented at the St. Thomas Day celebration in March 2010.Teron BufordThe Tommie Award recognizes achievements in scholarship, leadership and campus involvement. The award has been presented annually since 1931 to a member of the senior class.The 25 finalists for the 2010 award also included: Leah D. Agbor, Nicole Arola, Julie A. Blatz, John A. Busch, Danielle Cotton, Shane M. Delaney, Dustin Dodge, Greg Hartung, Jeffrey A. Hilliard, Felipe Jaque Pino, Bridget E. Kapler, Shane Kitzman, Amanda A. Leaveck, Anthony Linn, Lauren Miller, Ashley Patraw, Kathryn A. Pogin, Derek Porter, Jena Root, Joseph J.A. Sunnarborg, Bereket A. Worku and Alison M. Wright.Annie Donnellan“Congratulations to all of the nominees,” remarked Amanda Suniti Niskodé-Dossett, Division of Student Affairs. “Each nominee has played a significant role in shaping the University of St. Thomas community.”The Tommie Award is sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs. For more information e-mail Suniti Niskodé-Dossett.