The Excellence in Engaged Scholarship Graduate Student Award is given to a graduate student who has engaged with the community through service-learning, engaged teaching, or leading or participating in community-based research.
The Excellence in Engaged Scholarship Graduate Student Award recipient will receive a $400 stipend and will be honored during the spring semester.
2019 Recipient Marlo Reeves
Marlo has been deeply committed to the Lussier Community Education Center for the last four years. She began as a graduate assistant, a part of the Baldwin Wisconsin Idea grant, closely working with the Youth Action Program developing and teaching curriculum all while fostering mentorship with students. When the grant ended, she did not. Marlo continued to serve as a summer instructor for the past 2 years.
Marlo has years of experienced engaging youth programs and is committed to producing quality research on community organizations and youth activism, while also genuinely supporting the activism and expertise of the young people she works alongside.
2018: Giselle Martinez Negrette
2017: Karina Virrueta
2016: Julisa Ventura
2015: Jose Vergara
2014: Lihlani Skipper
2013: Ashleigh Ross
2012: Dadit Hidayat
2011: Catherine Willis