The many personal and
collaborative achievements by faculty illustrate the commitment to teaching,
scholarship, outreach, and research among members of the university community.
The Center for Community-Based
Learning recognizes up to 25 graduating students each semester who greatly
excel in engagement and service to their community by demonstrating personal
development, intellectual growth, and positive community impact as a result of
their community engagement experiences.
The Senior Service Award
honors a graduating senior each commencement ceremony who has
made significant contributions to the University and/or the community through
volunteerism while maintaining an outstanding academic record.
The Albert D. Ernest, Jr., Caring Award and the Bill and Angie
Halamandaris Caring Internship are awarded to two students who embody the spirit of caring,
volunteerism, and humanitarianism.