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The Service Learning and Civic Engagement Recognition Program

The Service Learning and Civic Engagement Recognition Program was created to recognize individuals and groups, whose excellence in service has gone above and beyond the standards set by the SL/CE Committee.

The SL/CE Committee met in the fall of 2011 to discuss the basic foundation of the recognition awards. During the course of that meeting, committee members brainstormed ideas of how many awards would be given, the award titles, and criteria of which the awards would be based. In the spring of 2012, the committee met again and finalized the above mentioned ideas. The SL/CE Awards are as follows:

  • Faculty and Staff
    • Distinguished Service Award
    • Most Inventive SL/CE Project/Event
    • Greatest Community Impact
    • Greatest Student Involvement
  • Students    
    • The deSERVING Ranger Award    
  • Clubs and Organizations    
    • The perSERVEring Ranger Award
    • The Applaud Award
    • Most Expressive Project/Event Award

 

 

2012 Most Inventive SL/CE Project/Event - Angelia Case - NWOSU Art Society

2012 Most Inventive SL/CE Project/Event - Angelia Case - NWOSU Art Society

2012 Greatest Student Involvement - Susan Holliday - Northwestern Foundation and Alumni Association

2012 Greatest Student Involvement - Susan Holliday - Northwestern Foundation and Alumni Association

2012 Greatest Community Impact - Steven Mackie - Conserving Our Ranger Environment

2012 Greatest Community Impact - Steven Mackie - Conserving Our Ranger Environment

2012 Distinguished Service Award - Kylene Rehder

2012 Distinguished Service Award - Kylene Rehder

The perSERVEring Ranger Award 2012 - NWOSU Art Society

The perSERVEring Ranger Award 2012 - NWOSU Art Society