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2021-2022 Community Partnerships Virtual Awards Ceremony.mp4
This award is provided to 8-10 exceptional students; it is only bestowed on an annual basis. Students are selected via nomination from faculty, staff or the site they are currently serving at. Recipients receive a certificate and recognition at our annual awards' ceremony.
The Newman Civic Fellows Award honors inspiring college student leaders who have demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country. Through service, research, and advocacy, Newman Civic Fellows are making the most of their college experiences to better understand themselves, the root causes of social issues, and effective mechanisms for creating lasting change. These students represent the next generation of public problem solvers and civic leaders. They serve as national examples of the role that higher education can—and does—play in building a better world. The Newman Civic Fellows Awards are made possible through the generous support of the KPMG Foundation.
The daily "Points of Light Awards" can be awarded to students, faculty, and staff. Must be a legal U.S. citizen, complete non-paid service hours for six uninterrupted months, demonstrate impcact on the community and meet a community need.
Marco Bartolomeo, Masters of Forensic Psychology student received the Points of Light Number: 6462 on Feb 25th, 2019. Read more about Marco's work here: https://www.pointsoflight.org/awards/chicago-student-helps-at-risk-youth-plan-for-the-future/
The Chicago School's Community Partnerships Department is a certifying organization to provide faculty, staff, or students with the President's Volunteer Service Award. Award recipients must be a U.S. citizen or lawful permananent resident of the U.S. and complete unpaid, "eligible" service within a 12 month period for a Bronze, Silver, or Gold award. Service must be completed through one of the Community Partnerships identified partner sites.
This award is given to one partner site supervisor annually. Timely communication, positive impact on students, ability to foster growth in the organization, and desire to make an impact are all key selection factors. Recipients receive a certificate, and recognition at our annual awards' ceremony.
Provided to one partner site annually, the award recognizes a site that is timely in their communication with us, a great experience for and commitment to students (based on student feedback), and significantly improve our community. Recipients receive a certificate and recognition at our annual awards ceremony.
Provided to one new partner site annually, the award recognizes a site that is timely in their communication with us, a great experience for students (based on student feedback), and significantly improve our community. Recipients receive a certificate and recognition at our annual awards ceremony.
Provided to one faculty member annually for commitment to service learning and/or community service. Recipients receive a certificate and recognition at our awards' ceremony.
Campus Compact's Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award recognizes one senior faculty member (post-tenure or middle-to-late career at institutions without tenure) each year, for exemplary engaged scholarship, leadership in advancing civic learning, community-based research, the development of reciprocal community partnerships, and the deepening of institutional commitment to civic and community engagement.
The winner is granted $2,000 and the opportunity to conduct a session at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) Annual Conference. Four finalists will also be featured in a panel presentation at the conference.
The annual Ernest A. Lynton Award for the Scholarship of Engagement for Early Career Faculty recognizes a faculty member who connects his or her teaching, research, and service to community engagement. The Lynton Award is designated as an award for early career faculty who are pre-tenure at tenure-granting campuses or early career--within the first six years--at campuses with long-term contracts.
The Lynton Award emphasizes engaged scholarly work across the faculty roles. The scholarship of engagement (also known as outreach scholarship, public scholarship, scholarship for the common good, community-based scholarship, and community engaged scholarship) represents an integrated view of the faculty role in which teaching, research, and service overlap and are mutually reinforcing, is characterized by scholarly work tied to a faculty member's expertise, is of benefit to the external community, is visible and shared with community stakeholders, and reflects the mission of the institution. In addition, NERHCE conceptualizes scholarly engagement in terms of social justice embedded in democratic ideals.