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The Provost’s Award for Excellence in Outreach and Engagement is given to honor instructional and administrative faculty members who have made a sustained commitment to working with the community in developing mutually beneficial and reciprocal partnerships. This award recognizes the scope and impact of the partnership and its impact on both the university and the community.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has acknowledged James Madison University’s community engagement efforts to receive its community engagement reclassification for 2020. This honor recognizes “the collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities ... for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity.” JMU joins 358 other institutions across the country in the selection process. 

 

 

Past Recipients
2022

Adrienne Hooker - Associate Professor, School of Media, Arts & Design

2021

Dr. Dara Hall - Executive Director of Teacher Education & Student

2020

Dr. Jennifer PeeksMease - Associate Professor, School of Communication Studies

2019

Dr. Jennifer Almjeld
Associate Professor, Writing Rhetoric and Technical Communication

2018

Dr. Steve Cesawn - Associate Professor, Biology

2017

Dr. Kerry Cresawn - Director, Center for STEM Education and Outreach

2016

Dr. Emily Akerson, Associate Director of Clinical and Interprofessional Programs, IIHHS

2015

Dr. Seán McCarthy - Assistant Professor, Writing Rhetoric and Technical Communication

2014

Dr. Kim Hartzler-Weakley - Director, Office of Children & Youth

2013

Dr. Merle Mast, Professor, Nursing

2012

Dr. Nicholas Swartz - Political Science

2011

Dominic Swayne - Coordinator, External Relations

2010

Dr. Gary R. Kirk - Public Administration

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