Building effective, long-term community partnerships takes commitment. The annual George D. Levy Faculty Award recognizes a faculty member whose community collaborations serve as models for outstanding community-engaged learning in higher education.
The George D. Levy Faculty Award recognizes a Cornell University faculty member whose collaborative efforts within the community have resulted in exemplary and sustained community-engaged learning projects. It supports a faculty member whose courses, research and other activities best demonstrate:
- Shared/collaborative decision-making that incorporates community voice and reciprocity into the design, implementation and evaluation of the project
- Community capacity building
- Integrating engaged student learning outcomes into course design and delivery
- Planning for sustaining the community partnership
Nominations are currently closed.
Kate Bronfenbrenner, director of Labor Education Research and senior lecturer in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Jeanne Moseley, director of the Global Health Program and senior lecturer in the Division of Nutritional Sciences
Robin Radcliffe, senior lecturer in wildlife and conservation medicine
Monroe Weber-Shirk, senior lecturer in civil and environmental engineering
Paula Horrigan, associate professor of landscape architecture
Mary Jo Dudley, director of the Cornell Farmworker Program and senior extension associate in development sociology
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