Newman Civic Fellow Nomination

The Newman Civic Fellow Award was created to honor college students dedicated to the betterment of the community through service and engagement. Students selected for the award receive recognition as well as access to the network of other Newman Civic Fellows across the nation.

In the fields below, please provide information as to why you, or the person you are nominating, should be considered for the Newman Civic Fellows Award.

Students who are sophomores and juniors are eligible. Nominations are due by January 29, 2017 at 5:00. 

Nominee Information

Photos must be 400x400 or larger. Accepted file formats include: jpg, jpeg, gif, png, pdf, doc, docx, txt
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg png.
By uploading this photo, I affirm that the student nominee consents to this photo's use on the Campus Compact website, in e-newsletters, and in printed materials.

Optional Demographic Information from Nominee

Providing this information is completely optional and will in no way influence selection for the Newman Civic Fellowship. Campus Compact collects this information solely for the purpose of monitoring the accessibility of our programs. The aim is to create programs and resources that support students from all backgrounds, and this demographic information helps them to monitor how well we are doing with that goal. Information about the demographics of the Newman Civic Fellows are only ever shared in the aggregate, and information about individual participants' identities are kept private.

(i.e. religious or spiritual identity; socioeconomic status; sexual orientation; etc.)

Newman Civic Fellow Personal Statement

(200 words max) Please provide a brief statement about your/the nominee's work. The student's name ill appear under this personal statement. These personal statements will be used for publicity purposes and will be featured on Campus Compact's website. The student should include information central to the recommendation including their approach to addressing the root causes of social issues and their potential for developing innovative and collaborative strategies for addressing public problems

Faculty or Staff Reference

Please submit the name and department/unit of a KU faculty or staff member who can speak to the efforts described in the nominee leadership profile. The reference person need not be familiar with all the efforts described, but please select someone who can speak to the efforts considered to be the most significant.

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