Koob Fund for Student Community Engagement 2020-2021 Recipients
The Robert and Yvonne Koob Fund for Student Community Engagement is an endowment supporting students who are completing internships in positions of service in Iowa.
Presidents' Engaged Campus Award
Iowa & Minnesota Campus Compact (IAMNCC) Presidents' Engaged Campus Award are selected by each president or chancellor from an Iowa or Minnesota Campus Compact member campus. The awards reflect the institute's ability to improve community life and to educate students for civic and social responsibility.
Congrats to our UNI winners:
Student Leadership: Emma Slagle
Civic Engagement Leadership: Higher Learning Commission, Quality Initiative Project (QIP) Development and Implementation Team
Community Partner: Volunteer Center of Cedar Valley
Veridian Community Engagement Fellowship 2020/2021 Recipients
The purpose of this Fellowship is to encourage faculty to engage with community partners to better the community in a manner that also enhances their teaching and scholarship. Community engagement is defined as the collaboration of the university with the public sector for the mutual benefit of all. This engagement is not simply service or membership, but it is the combination of meeting a community need through teaching and/or scholarship. The proposed engagement work must take place within Veridian's field of membership and with a nonprofit organization to receive the Fellowship.
Check out our Veridian Fellowship Impact Report, an overview of Veridian fellowship recipients from 2006-2018!
The Engagement Scholarship Consortium (ESC), a 501 (c) (3) non-profit educational organization, is composed of higher education member institutions, a mix of state, public and private institutions.
Campus In Action Recognition
The Campus Compact - Campus In Action exclusive recognition is for colleges and universities that have submitted a campus Civic Action Plan!
Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement Classification
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching is an independent policy and research center. "According to Carnegie, community classification is nothing short of being a symbiotic relationship between the schools that provide higher education, and the local as well as national and global communities."