Chancellor Christ with 2018-2019 award recipients
|2020-2021 Nomination||Coming soon!|
|Awards Ceremony and Reception|| |
|Award Category||Winner(s)||Major / Department|
|Mather Good Citizen Award||McArthur Hoang||Sociology|
|Undergraduate Student - Civic Engagement||Varsha Sarveshwar||Political Science|
|Graduate Student - Civic Engagement||Benny Corona||Goldman School of Public Policy|
|Graduate Student - Civic Engagement||Emily Eisner||Economic|
|Staff - Civic Engagement||Diana Salazar||Department of Industrial Engineering & Operations Research|
|Campus-Community Partnership||Be A Scientist||College of Natural Resources|
|Student Group - Civic Engagement||Blueprint||Student Group|
|Student Group - Civic Engagement||The Sage Mentorship Project||Student Group|
|Faculty - Research in the Public Interest||Colette Auerswald||School of Public Health|
|Faculty - Community Engaged Teaching||Pablo Gonzalez||Department of Ethnic Studies|
|Robert J. and Mary Catherine Birgeneau Recognition Award for Service to Undocumented Students||Itzel Calvo Medina||Ethnic Studies|
|Robert J. and Mary Catherine Birgeneau Recognition Award for Service to Underrepresented Students||George Moore||Mechanical Engineering|
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-engaged 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 $1,000 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 $1,000 in recognition of their work.
Chancellor's Award Committee
Robert J. and Mary Catherine Birgeneau with 2017-2018 Birgeneau award recipients