President's Community-Engaged Scholar Award

  • Recognition Luncheon Friday, April 18, 2014

    Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs Arlene Carney and Associate Vice President for Public Engagement Andy Furco with finalists and winner of 2014 President's Community-Engaged Scholar Award (from left to right): Vice Provost Carney; College of Liberal Arts Professor and Associate Vice Provost, Office of Equity and Diversity Louis Mendoza; Law School Professor and Director, Institute on Metropolitan Opportunities Myron Orfield; Medical School Assistant Professor and winner of the 2014 President's Community-Engaged Scholar Award Michele Allen; Center for Urban and Regional Affairs Associate Director William Craig; Humphrey School of Public Affairs Assistant Professor Yingling Fan; Stacey Stark, Director, Geospatial Analysis Center at the University of Minnesota, Duluth Stacey Stark; and Associate Vice President Furco.

 

Deadline:  March 28, 2014

The University of Minnesota President's Community-Engaged Faculty Scholar Award recognizes one faculty or P&A individual annually for exemplary engaged scholarship in his/her field of inquiry.  The faculty or P&A award recipients have demonstrated a longstanding academic career that embodies the University of Minnesota’s definition of public engagement.

The award is made possible through generous support of the Office for Public Engagement and the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs.  For questions regarding the President's Community-Engaged Scholar Award, please contact Amber Cameron.

 

Past Recipients

2014:  Michele Allen, Medical School
2013:  Ignacio San Martin, College of Design