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President's Civic Engagement Awards, April 26

  • Published: April 21, 2010

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President's Civic Engagement Awards, April 26

Nazareth College is known for encouraging community involvement among its students, faculty and staff. That is why each year Nazareth recognizes those in the College community who have demonstrated a commitment to community service and service learning at the annual President’s Civic Engagement Awards Ceremony. This year’s ceremony will take place on April 26 from 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. in the Linehan Chapel.
Nazareth College will honor 20 undergraduate students with the President’s Community Service Award who have demonstrated a commitment to service either to the Nazareth community or in the greater community at large. This year’s recipients are: Melissa Bulas, Kaitlyn Bulgrien, Randi Clinch, Yuneydys Corria, Bethany Printup-Davis, Samantha Eklund, Linda Grossman, Brooke Grunert, Emily Hayden, Lyndsi Holmes, Diana Jacobsen, Jarred Jones, Josh Hine, Carly Maldonado, Alyson Mullie, Erin Murphy, Christine Perrotti, Jamie Rouselle, Sarah Teetsel, and Heather Vandenbrul.
The President’s Community Service Award will also be presented to faculty and staff who have made outstanding efforts in providing volunteer service to the community. These recipients include: Becky Fahy, assistant professor of psychology, Mike Fahy, assistant athletic trainer, and Ronald Netsky, professor of art.
The Service Learning Champion Award honors faculty, staff, and community partners who have contributed outstanding achievements through academic service learning. The Industry-Nazareth Collaboration Service-Learning Champions include: Todd Johnson, assistant director at Industry, Cathy Sweet, Nazareth assistant professor of art, and Tim Weider, instructor of sociology and anthropology. Also, Shelia Brady Root, instructor of chemistry, and Charles Loray, campus events manager, have been chosen as Service-Learning Champions.

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