Center for Service and Learning presents 11 different awards

By Laurel Hecker ’13

Each year, the Center for Service and Learning recognizes students, faculty, and community members who are outstanding examples of what it means to serve others. Volunteers, student leaders, professors, student groups, and community organizations are honored in various award categories. Though recipients do their work with no expectations of reward, the Service Award Recognition Dessert (SARD) is a yearly opportunity to acknowledge on-going acts of selflessness, impassioned leadership, and community involvement. This year, on April 26 at McHugh Commons, the Center for Service and Learning recognized 18 exceptional people and groups from the extended CC community with 11 unique awards.

 The Awards:
Spirit Awards: Annette Daymon, Kelsey Fowlkes ’13, Kristen Wells ’12, Tessa Harland ’13, Emily Burton-Boehr ’12, Qua Nguyen ’13

Outstanding Commitment to Social Change: Samantha Barlow ’13

Commitment Beyond the Course Award: Michaela Kobsa-Mark ’15

Award for Innovation in the Curriculum: Re Evitt

Organizational Leadership Award: Cassie Benson ’12

Innovative Leadership Award: Kathleen Carroll ’13

Teamwork Awards: Early Birds, CREATE

Partnership Award: Concrete Couch

Outstanding Initiative by a First-Year: Christine Odegi ’15, Skyler Trieu ’15

Class of 1981 Outstanding Community Service Award: Marley Hamrick ’12

Anabel and Jerry McHugh Director’s Award:

Colin McCarey ’12
 

 

The awards ceremony in McHugh Commons on April 26.

1 Comment

  1. John says:

    Congratulations to all of the award recipients. Thanks to the Center for Service and Learning for recognizing students, faculty, and community members who are outstanding examples of what it means to serve others.

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