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President's Civic Engagement Awards Ceremony

  • Published: April 20, 2011

Highlights

  • President’s Civic Engagement Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, April 20
  • 4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. in the Otto A. Shults Center Forum
  • Ceremony recognizes the community service and service learning achievements of students, faculty, staff and community partners at Nazareth College

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Alicia Nestle at (585) 389-2457

President's Civic Engagement Awards Ceremony

Nazareth College is proud to announce this year's recipients of the President’s Civic Engagement Awards.  The ceremony, held April 20 from 4-5:30 p.m. in the Forum,  recognizes the community service and service learning achievements of students, faculty, staff and community partners at Nazareth College.

Each year Nazareth College recognizes undergraduate students who have demonstrated a commitment to service, either to Nazareth College’s community or the greater community at large. This year’s President’s Community Service Award recipients are: Salina Barnett, Jeri Rae Beckens, Nicholas Croce, Candice Gage, Carrie Goodberlet, Mahaila Guare, Ashley Hayes, Lindsi Holmes, Glynis Jones, Carly Maldonado, Lindsey Massenzio, Joshua Mendez, Alyson Mullie, Erin Murphy, Ryan Sawyer, Michael Seils, Lindsey Spector, Catherine Sutera, Nicole Tarsio, Sarah Teetsel, Volha Vasilchanka, Brittany Wienke, and Hayley Yettru.

The President’s Community Service Award for faculty and staff are nominees that are members of the Nazareth community who make outstanding efforts providing volunteer service to the community. The award recipients are: Brian Bailey, assistant professor of adolescence education and Susan Kwiatkowski, clinical assistant professor in communication sciences & disorders.

The Service Learning Champion Awards are given to faculty, staff and community partners that make outstanding achievements through academic service learning. The award recipients are: Susan Atkins, director of media services at Nazareth College’s Lorette Wilmot Library; Stephanie Fitzgerald, program officer of United Way; Jennifer S. Leigh, assistant professor of management at Nazareth College’s School of Management; Deborah Moore, media office supervisor at Nazareth College's Lorette Wilmot Library; Jason Noble, video production specialist at Nazareth College’s Lorette Wilmot Library; and Bryan Schuff, media supervisor at Nazareth College’s Lorette Wilmot Library.

Founded in 1924, Nazareth College is a coeducational college with undergraduate and graduate studies in the liberal arts and sciences and professional programs in health and human services, education, and management. The College is located on 150 scenic acres near Rochester, New York, and currently enrolls approximately 2,000 undergraduate and 1,000 graduate students. Nazareth has a strong commitment to experience-based learning and civic engagement. In the past decade, Nazareth has produced 18 Fulbright recipients and two Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowships.

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