Nominations sought for Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service-Learning
Posted by on December 5, 2003
Nomination materials for the 2004 Campus Compact Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service-Learning.
Campus Compact recognizes and honors one faculty member each year for contributing to the integration of community or public service into the curriculum and for efforts to institutionalize service-learning locally and nationally. Every year, in addition to the recipient, Campus Compact honors the top finalists in the pool of nominees.
The award serves to shine a national spotlight on innovative work, and offers the recipient opportunities to present and publish their work through Campus Compact. In addition, the recipient receives a financial award.
>From a Finalist: "It was humbling to learn how competitive the field of nominees were?It is an honor to stand with them in creating opportunities for our students to expand their academic and ethical horizons by serving their community."
The Award will be presented at the 10th Annual National Gathering of the Educators for Community Engagement. Visit <a href="http://www.e4ce.org">http://www.e4ce.org</a> for more info. For more information on selection criteria, or to download nomination materials,
go to: <a href="http://www.compact.org/ccawards/ehrlichaward/ehrlichawardtitle.html">http://www.compact.org/ccawards/ehrlichaward/ehrlichawardtitle.html</a>
Nominations are due February 13, 2004.
Policy and Communications Associate
Brown University – Box 1975
Providence, RI 02912
Phone: (401) 867-3944 Fax: (401) 867-3925
Email: email@example.com Web: <a href="http://www.compact.org">http://www.compact.org</a>
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