Maine Campus Compact honors two for civic involvement
Maine Campus Compact will honor two members of the Bates College community, a member of the sociology faculty and a senior from Brunswick, for their commitment to public involvement.
A consortium of Maine schools dedicated to advancing the civic mission of higher education, MCC will present the Donald Harward Award for Faculty Service-Learning Excellence to Professor of Sociology Emily Kane of Auburn. Kane, who structures much of her coursework around community-engaged research, is one of three faculty members at Maine schools to receive this year’s award.
Kimberly Sullivan, a senior psychology major who co-founded the Tree Street Youth Center, a youth outreach program in Lewiston, is among six students at Maine colleges honored with the Heart and Soul Award, recognizing exemplary civic engagement.
Kane, Sullivan and the other recipients will receive their awards in an April 30 ceremony in the Hall of Flags at the Maine State House, in Augusta.
- Read about Emily Kane’s community-engaged curriculum.
- Read about Kimberly Sullivan and Tree Street Youth Center.
Categories: Awards to faculty, Awards to students, Civic engagement, Collaboration, Education, Impact, Psychology, Service, Sociology.
Tags: Harward, Heart and Soul, Maine Campus Compact, Tree Street Youth Center.