Jane Lee, a Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences senior, has been named one of Glamour Magazine's Top Ten College Women.
She was recognized for her support of student voting power which included spearheading a drive to influence redistricting in City of Evanston aldermanic wards. She is profiled in an editorial feature in the Glamour October 2004 issue.
Glamour's Top 10 College Women Awards spotlights 10 college women from across the United States with an annual competition that recognizes leadership on campus, involvement in the community, excellence in their field of study, as well as their unique, inspiring goals.
The 21-year-old native of Northridge, Calif., received a cash prize, a trip to New York, opportunities to meet with top professionals in a variety of fields, national recognition in the magazine and a gift basket from L'Oréal Paris, which sponsored the program with Glamour for the fifth year.
Lee was honored during a special luncheon awards ceremony at the Condé Nast building in New York. Lee, a member of Kappa Delta sorority, was elected president of the Associated Student Government in April.
Glamour is the largest magazine published by Condé Nast Publications and has a total circulation of over 2.3 million copies.