Community Engagement Awards Presented
May 7, 2013; updated May 8, 2013
Alysia Ransons, lecturer in health science and a recipient of the Extraordinary Internship Coordinator Award, receives a hug from Dawn Macy, director of the Center for Internship and Community Engagement.
Students, faculty, staff and partner organizations will be recognized during a Tuesday, May 7, program sponsored by the Center for Internships and Community Engagement.
Honorees during the ninth annual event include:
- Extraordinary Acts of Service — January graduate Angela Lance (B.A. psychology) of Anaheim
- Outstanding Student Leader — Nicole Fabela of Mission Viejo, a senior majoring in liberal studies
- Extraordinary Internship Coordinator — Laura Chandler and Alysia Ransons, both lecturers in health science
- Outstanding Service-Learning Instructor — Beth Schipper, lecturer in freshman programs
- Stellar Support of Students — Blind Children's Learning Center
- Most Committed Partner — County of Orange
Alumna Danielle Tolentino Tuason '06 (B.A. administration – entrepreneurship) will present the Nonprofit Professionals Award to Jody Cajudo of Brea, a junior majoring in health science and ethnic studies.
President Mildred García will present graduating students with a Community Engagement Medal for completing course-related service over and above what is required in their majors.
Kristen Haggins, California state director of the Corporation for National and Community Service, will present AmeriCorps Stoles to graduating seniors who have served at least two years in the federal program while enrolled at CSUF.
To see the awards program, click here.
For more information about the Center for Internships and Community Engagement or the program, call 657-278-3746.