2012 Campus Compact President’s Awards Nominations are Open

Members of the AUNE community are invited to submit nominations in three categories for the 2012 President’s Awards for Community Service.

President’s Leadership Award
To an individual student or student organization who has made outstanding contributions to community service, service-learning, and/or civic engagement efforts on their campus. This award is for a student or student organization who has made service an integral part of their college experience as evidenced through their contribution to the community. Recipients of this award show both a breadth and depth of involvement with a community organization or social issue and demonstrate leadership that translates into creating impact in the community.

Past recipients: the Support Group for Ethnic and Racial Diversity/Disaster Shakti (2011), Jessica Skinner (2010), Vincent Pignatiello (2009), Student Alliance (2008), Sarah Gates (2007).

Presidents’ Good Steward Award
To a member of the faculty, administration or staff who has contributed their professional expertise in service to the wider community and has significantly advanced public service on their campus. This award recognizes faculty, administrators, or staff who have created and strived towards a vision, demonstrated commitment towards student and community voice, and served as a resource for service initiatives on campus.

Past recipients: Elizabeth McCann (2011), Cathy Schlichting (2010), Gargi Roysircar-Sodowsky (2009), Polly Chandler (2008), James Gruber (2007).

President’s Community Partner Award
To a nonprofit organization who has enhanced the quality of life in the community in meaningful and measurable ways and engaged in the development of sustained, reciprocal partnerships with AUNE.

Past recipients: Working Families Win (2011), Cheshire County Conservation District (2010), Monadnock Conservancy (2009), Stonewall Farm (2008), Barnes Peterson (2007).

Nomination Procedure
Submit a one-page narrative to Julie Dickson, executive assistant to the president, at [email protected], describing the work of the individual or organization and the reasons their work is deserving of the above recognition no later than Friday, February 17.

Nomination Review
A committee will review the nominations and forward recommendations to President Caruso by February 24. The president will submit the nominations to Campus Compact by February 29. AUNE honorees will be recognized at Campus Compact for New Hampshire’s annual Presidents’ Award luncheon on Tuesday, April 10.

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