Reminder: Nominations for the Crenson-Hertz Award for Community-Based Learning and Participatory Research are due March 21.
The Crenson-Hertz Award, established in honor of emeritus faculty members Neil Hertz and Matthew Crenson, is given annually to a 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.
The winner will have their name added to the Crenson-Hertz wall plaque (located in Levering Hall) and receive a $500 award to use at their discretion to further their work. The award will be presented at the Engaged Scholar Community and Faculty Fellows Reception the evening of Monday, May 2.
For the nomination process and more information, go to the Crenson-Hertz Award page on the Center for Social Concern's website.