|Campus, community engagement awards announced|
Awards for exemplary community and university engagement were announced at a UND Center for Community Engagement program Oct. 17.
The Community Partner Award was given to the Dakota Science Center, the Public Scholar Award went to Marcia Mikulak, anthropology, and the Engaged Department Award was given to the UND Department of Social Work.
The Carter Academic Service Entrepreneurship (CASE) Award went to Santana Dougherty, a communication major, and a special at-large CASE Award was given to Britney Sudmann, majoring in peace studies and theatre arts. The $1,000 CASE grants for service-learning projects are provided by the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Partnership Foundation and the W. K Kellogg Foundation.
The UND Multicultural Student Services Office presented the Paul V. Boswell Community Scholar Award to the late Alan Allery, who had been director of UND’s Student Health Services, and Cheryl Saunders, who served as director of the University Learning Center until leaving the University this summer.
-- Fayme Stringer, VISTA, Center for Community Engagement, email@example.com, 7-2706