U of M 2016 Outstanding Community Service Award recipients honored

The recipients of the 2016 University of Minnesota Outstanding Community Service Awards will be honored at a lunch ceremony on Thursday, March 31 as part of the Meeting Society's Grand Challenges Through Community-Engaged Research, Teaching, and Learning conference.

Established in 1999, these awards honor University of Minnesota faculty, staff, students, and community partners who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to the greater community by devoting their time and talent to make substantial, enduring contributions toward improving public life and the well-being of society.

This year's winners are:

Outstanding Community Service Faculty Award—Marilyn Bruin, professor, College of Design; Outstanding Community Service Staff Award—Wokie Freeman, assistant executive director and director of operations and programs, Robert J. Jones Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center; Outstanding Community Service Student Award—Tanya Bailey, doctoral student, School of Social Work; and Outstanding Community Service Community Partner Award—Tim Hoogland, director of education outreach services, Minnesota Historical Society.

    

OCSA Award Program
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Outstanding Community Service Faculty Award—Marilyn Bruin

 

Outstanding Community Service Staff Award—Wokie Freeman

 

Outstanding Community Service Student Award—Tanya Bailey

 

Outstanding Community Service Community Partner Award—Tim Hoogland