IARSLCE is pleased to announce that nominations and applications are now being accepted for the 2019 recognitions and graduate student scholarships. Please note: the deadline for nominations/applications has been extended until Tuesday, August 13.
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Nominations for recognitions and applications for graduate student scholarships should be submitted electronically to email@example.com; self-nominations are welcome. All nominees and scholarship applicants will be notified of their status when the decisions are made.
- IARSLCE Recognition of Exemplary Contribution through Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement
- Graduate Student Scholarships
The Distinguished Career Award acknowledges and celebrates intellectual leadership through a body of work that has broad and deep impact on service-learning and community engagement – including the study of it, the practice of it, and the cultures and systems within which it is undertaken.
The Early Career Award acknowledges and celebrates intellectual leadership through an emerging body of work that has begun to demonstrate broad and deep impact on service-learning and community engagement — including the study of it, the practice of it, and the cultures and/or systems within which it is undertaken.
The Dissertation Award acknowledges and celebrates a dissertation that advances research on service-learning and community engagement through rigorous and innovative inquiry and has the potential for impact — including on the study of it, the practice of it, and/or the cultures and systems within which it is undertaken.
The Seminal Work Award acknowledges and celebrates the author(s) of a single published scholarly article, book chapter, book, or book series that has had a deep and profound impact on advancing research and scholarship of service-learning and community engagement – including the study of it, the practice of it, and the cultures and/or systems within which it is undertaken.
The Community Outcomes and Impact Award recognizes excellence in service-learning and community engaged research that advances community outcomes and impacts. While all SLCE scholarship should contribute to community-based stakeholders, this award recognizes research that has had a significant impact on an organization or program, and/or measurably benefited a community.
The Public Scholarship Award recognizes excellent interdisciplinary research that has a demonstrable ameliorative impact on pressing public issues with a special focus on the knowledge needs of policymakers and practitioners. This award recognizes research that generates non-traditional scholarly products, presented in a manner that is widely accessible to targeted audiences and/or the general public. Such work might include policy briefs, program evaluations, white papers, reports, translations of scientific or other scholarly findings, site revitalization plans, concept maps, videos, or other creative products designed to respond to and inform broader publics.
The International Research Award recognizes excellence in research and scholarship that advances the study and practice of service-learning and community engagement within and/or across borders and cultures, expanding knowledge on cultural, regional, and national differences in service-learning and community engagement theory and practice.
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award recognizes excellence in research and scholarship that advances diversity, equity, and inclusion in the study and practice of service-learning and community engagement (SLCE). The purpose of the award is to recognize research that focuses specifically on a) the needs and experiences of diverse stakeholders in SLCE; b) practices that promote equity for marginalized or underserved communities; and c) strategies that make SLCE projects – and the field as a whole – more inclusive of diverse communities and perspectives.
Ten (10) $500 Graduate Student Scholarships are provided by the Association to support graduate student attendance at the annual IARSLCE Conference. At least two scholarships will be awarded to graduate students studying outside the U.S., and one to two scholarships to students whose work addresses issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
|2018||Patti H. Clayton and Colleagues||Recognition of Exemplary Contributions through Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement –Distinguished Career Award|
|2018||Danielle Lake, Grand Valley State University (co-recipient)||Recognition of Exemplary Contributions through Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement – Early Career|
|2018||TImothy Shaffer, Kansas State University (co-recipient)||Recognition of Exemplary Contributions through Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement – Early Career|
|2018||Elisabeth Fornaro, Temple University||Recognition of Exemplary Contributions through Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement – Dissertation
|2017||Julie Hatcher, IUPUI||Recognition of Exemplary Contributions through Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement – Distinguished Career|
|2017||Amy L. Cook, University of Massachusetts Boston||The Early Career Research Award|
|2017||Kristi Hughes-Farner, University of Georgia||The Dissertation Research Award|
|2016||Barbara Jacoby||Distinguished Career Recognition|
|2016||Stephanie Stokamer||Early Career Recognition|
|2016||Nora Pillard Reynolds||Dissertation Recognition|
|2015||Edward Zlotkowski||Distinguished Career Recognition|
|2015||Cynthia Toms||Dissertation Recognition|
|2015||Michelle Sterk Barrett||Dissertation Recognition: Honorable Mention|
|2014||Sarena D. Seifer, M.D.||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2014||Kendra Brewster, Ph. D.||The Dissertation Research Award|
|2013||Lorilee Sandmann, University of Georgia||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2013||Eric Hartman, Kansas State University||The Early Career Research Award|
|2013||Travis York, Valdosta State University||The Dissertation Research Award|
|2012||Rahima Wade, Ed.D.||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2012||Emily M. Janke, Ph.D.||The Early Career Research Award|
|2012||Lina D. Dostilio Ed.D.||The Dissertation Research Award|
|2011||Jeffrey Howard, DePaul University||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2011||Tania D. Mitchell, Stanford University||The Early Career Research Award|
|2011||Stephanie Stokamer, Pacific University||The Dissertation Research Award|
|2011||Dr. Jennifer Domigal-Goldman, American Association of State Colleges and Universities||Honorable Mention, The Dissertation Research Award|
|2010||Barbara Moely, Tulane University||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2010||Timothy Eatman, Syracuse University||The Early Career Research Award|
|2010||Katrina Norvell, Portland State University and Elaine Ward, Dublin Institute of Technology (co-recipients)||The Dissertation Research Award|
|2009||Dwight Giles, University of Massachusetts Boston||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2009||Nicholas Longo, Providence College||The Early Career Research Award|
|2009||Alan Bloomgarden, University of Massachusetts Amherst||The Dissertation Research Award|
|2008||Shelley Billig, RMC Research Corporation||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2008||KerryAnn O’Meara, University of Maryland College Park||The Early Career Research Award|
|2008||Emily Janke, University of North Carolina Greensboro and Julie Hatcher, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (co-recipients)||The Dissertation Research Award|
|2007||Janet Eyler, Vanderbilt University||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2006||Barbara Holland, National Service-Learning Clearinghouse||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2005||Sherril Gelmon, Portland State University||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2004||Robert Bringle, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis||The Distinguished Research Award|
|2003||Andrew Furco, University of California at Berkeley||The Distinguished Research Award|