Chancellor Christ with 2017-2018 award recipients
Nominations for the 2018-2019 Chancellor's Awards for Public Service are now closed.
|Nominations Open||Thursday, November 1, 2018|
|Nominations Close||Friday, November 30, 2018 at 5:00pm|
|Awards Ceremony and Reception||Monday, April 29, 2019 at 3:00pm in Sibley Auditorium |
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These four public service awards honor the work of an undergraduate student, a graduate student, a student group, and a staff member for their contributions to the community.
Selected from the nominees for the Chancellor's Awards for Civic Engagement, this award recognizes a graduating senior for their service and awards $1,500 to the recipient.
This award honors research by faculty that addresses critical needs and issues affecting local, state, national, or global communities.
This award honors leadership by faculty in developing or teaching community-based courses, or in engaging students in community-based research.
This award honors campus-community partnerships and University-sponsored programs that improve the quality of life in our community.
This award honors an undergraduate or graduate undocumented student, or student ally, who has performed exemplary service pertaining to undocumented communities. Recipients are awarded $500 in recognition of their work.
This award honors an undergraduate or graduate underrepresented student, or student ally, who has performed exemplary service pertaining to underrepresented communities. Recipients are awarded $500 in recognition of their work.
|Robert J. and Mary Catherine Birgeneau Recognition Award for Service to Undocumented Students||Kris Ordonez||Public Health|
|Robert J. and Mary Catherine Birgeneau Recognition Award for Service to Underrepresented Students||Brianna Rogers||Rhetoric Studies|
|Mather Good Citizen Award||Cynthia Solis Ramirez||Environmental Economics and Policy|
|Undergraduate Student - Civic Engagement||Hoa Luong||Psychology and Linguistics|
|Graduate Student - Civic Engagement||Erin Creel||Chemistry|
|Staff - Civic Engagement||Harris Mojadedi||Student Affairs Business Operations|
|Student Group - Civic Engagement||Students of Color Environmental Collective||Student Group|
|Campus-Community Partnership||The Sagehen Forest Project||UC Berkeley Sagehen Creek Field Station, Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Research Station, Tahoe National Forest and partners|
|Faculty - Research in the Public Interest||Joshua Blumenstock||School of Information|
|Faculty - Community Engaged Teaching||Kathryn Abrams||School of Law|
Andrea Wise, Associate Director
Robert J. and Mary Catherine Birgeneau with 2017-2018 Birgeneau award recipients