ISLP Wins 2012 UofL Community Engagement Award

The Student Affairs International Service Learning Program was selected to receive the UofL 2012 Outstanding Community Engagement award.

The Outstanding Community Engagement Award was created in 2009 by Provost Shirley Willihnganz as a way to recognize faculty, staff, students and community partners who are involved in outstanding community engagement service.

Recipients will be selected based on their work to improve community, particularly in the areas of, but not necessarily, Education, Health, Economic Development, Social Services, Arts and Culture, or Sustainability.  The award is intended to recognize outstanding local, regional, rural, or international engagement.

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