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Celebrate! CSU Awards in Service-Learning | 2016-17

Recognizing the AY 2016-17 Celebrate! CSU Award Recipients for exceptional community partners, students, and instructors committed to service-learning and university-community engagement, and community-based research.

For 2017-18 Nomination Info, please view Celebrate! CSU Service-Learning Recognition Awards

Exceptional Achievement in Service-Learning Student Award

Presented to a student or student group for their remarkable social or environmental contributions achieved through an academic service-learning course, a supervised internship or professional project, or community-engaged research.

Courtney Bitzen receiving the AY 2016-17 Exceptional Achievement in Service-Learning Student Award

Exceptional Achievement in Service-Learning Community Partner Award

Presented to a community partner for their commitment to building university-community partnerships that meet community-articulated needs and challenges while supporting the holistic education of the next generation of professionals, leaders, and citizens.

Ludivina Rueda, Poudre Libraries, receiving the AY 2016-17 Exceptional Achievement in Service-Learning Community Partner Award

Instructional Innovation in Service-Learning Award

Presented to instructors who clearly enrich course content and addresses community concerns through skillful application of service-learning pedagogy to an academic course.

Dr. Eunhee Choi, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, receiving an AY 2016-17 Instructional Innovation in Service-Learning Award
Dr. Malcolm Scott receiving an AY 2016-17 Instructional Innovation in Service-Learning Award