The Center for Social Concern is opening the nomination process for the Crenson-Hertz Award for Community-Based Learning and Participatory Research. In its fifth year, the Crenson-Hertz Award, established in honor of emeritus faculty members Neil Hertz and Matthew Crenson, is awarded annually to a Homewood-affiliated faculty member whose dedication to community engagement, through either teaching, academic program development, and/or research has enriched student learning and established meaningful community partnerships.
Nominators can include JHU students, faculty, staff, as well as staff and volunteers from community-based organizations. Self-nominations are not accepted.
The deadline for submitting a nomination letter is Monday, March 21.
For more information, visit the Crenson-Hertz Award page on the Center for Social Concern's website.