The 2013 Civic Engagement Awards
Strong and vibrant communities depend on the contributions of individuals and groups committed to improving the world around them. The Civic Engagement Awards recognize and honor the contributions of the Drew community to the world beyond the university.
*The Collaborative Action Award is awarded to a student organization or community partner that leads an effective collaboration with the university to accomplish a community service project outside the university.
*The Faculty Leadership Award is awarded to a full-time faculty member in any school of Drew University who has demonstrated commitment to civic engagement through advocacy, teaching, or project development.
*The Staff Leadership Award is awarded to a full-time staff member who has developed or supported opportunities for the Drew community to participate in activities that benefit others.
*The “Drew and Do” Award is awarded to a Drew student, undergraduate or graduate, who most effectively combines academic learning or research with community service outside the university.
*The Creative Community Award is awarded to an individual or group in the Drew University community that shows unusual creativity or innovation in pursuit of a community service or civic engagement project benefitting a community outside of Drew.
Prior to the award ceremony, attendees enjoyed a showcase in Crawford Hall, of more than a dozen student and faculty projects that embody Drew’s commitment to linking education with action that benefits communities.
Previous projects from 2013 included the following organizations:
Senior Civic Scholars, Project Ecuador, Alternative Spring Break, Students for Sustainable Food, HopeNow, Colleges Against Cancer, Students for Education Reform, SAAC, DV8, Circle K, First Responders, Drew Honduras Project, VRC, Sustainability Office, Newark Theater Collaboration, Community Language and Literacy
For more information about the Civic Engagement Awards and how you can get involved, please contact email@example.com