The Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award Previous Recipients


Leda Cooks, Professor of Communications, University of Massachusetts Amherst
[Learn more about the 2014 award recipient]


Richard Battistoni, Professor of Political Science and Public and Community Service Studies and Director, Feinstien Institute for Public Service at Providence College, RI 
[Learn more about the 2013 award recipient]

2012 Andrew Furco, Associate Vice President for Public Engagement and Associate Professor of Organizational Leadership, Policy & Development, University of Minnesota
[Learn more about the 2012 award recipient]
2011 Sherril Gelmon, Professor of Public Health, Portland State University
[Learn more about the 2011 award recipient]
2010 Barry Checkoway, Professor of Social Work and Urban Planning, University of Michigan
[Learn more about the 2010 award recipient]
2009 Thomas Dutton, Professor of Architecture and Interior Design and Cincinnati Professor of Civic Engagement, Miami University of Ohio
[Learn more about the 2009 award recipient]
2008 Richard Pan, Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Director of Communities and Physicians Together, University of California-Davis
[Learn more about the 2008 award]
2007 Marybeth Lima, Professor of Biological & Agricultural Engineering at Louisiana State University
[Learn more about the 2007 award]
2006 William Oakes, associate professor of engineering education and co-director of EPICS (Engineering Projects in Community Service) at Purdue University
[Learn more about the 2006 award]
2005 Seth S. Pollack, Service Learning Institute, California State University, Monterey Bay
[Learn more about the 2005 award]
2004 Richard M. Eberst, California State University, San Bernardino
[Learn more about the 2004 award]
2003 Dr. Dwight Giles, University of Massachusetts, Boston, and
Dr. Janet Eyler, Vanderbilt University
[Learn more about the 2003 award]
2002 Ira Harkavy, University of Pennsylvania
[Learn more about the 2002 award]
2001 Dilafruz Williams, Portland State University
[Learn more about the 2001 award]
2000 John Wallace, University of Minnesota
[Learn more about the 2000 award]
1999 David Cooper, Michigan State University and
Donna Duffy, Middlesex Community College
[Learn more about the 1999 award]
1998 Robert Bringle, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis and
Garry Hesser, Augsburg College
[Learn more about the 1998 award]
1997 Richard Kraft, University of Colorado-Boulder
1996 Nancy Nickman, University of Utah
1995 Robert Coles, Harvard University, honorary and
Cathy Comstock, University of Colorado-Boulder

Please note that this award was known as the Thomas Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service-Learning from 1995 until 2008. The 2009 award was the first one given as the Thomas Ehrlich Engaged Faculty Award.

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