Newman Civic Fellows
The Newman Civic Fellows Award is named for Dr. Frank Newman, one of the founders of Campus Compact, who dedicated his life to creating opportunities for student civic learning and engagement. Newman Civic Fellows are nominated by their institutional presidents. Through the Newman Civic Fellows Awards, college and university presidents acknowledge students with the ability and motivation to create lasting change in our communities. For more information about the Newman Civic Fellows, visit www.compact.org.
2015 Newman Civic Fellows (PDF, 431k)
Pictured above: Seven of the 11 Newman Civic Fellows for 2015 were present to be honored by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education at the State Regents’ April meeting. From left to right (front row): Josi Hasenauer, Northwestern Oklahoma State University; Kristen Ryan, Rose State College; Roxanne Cobb, Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City; and Carly Anderson, Connors State College; (back row): Christopher Dowling, University of Central Oklahoma; Michael Ferguson, Tulsa Community College; and Rhetta Farrill, East Central University. Not pictured: Raleigh Jobes, Rogers State University; Michael Larson, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology; Tyler Parette, Oklahoma Christian University; and Addi Shamburg, Northern Oklahoma College.
2014 Newman Civic Fellows (PDF, 444k)
Pictured above: The 2014 Newman Civic Fellows for Oklahoma Campus Compact are shown after receiving resolutions of congratulations from the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. From left to right (front row) Lucy Mahaffey, University of Oklahoma; Corrynn Franklin, East Central University; Alfa Abame, Southwestern Oklahoma State University; Shelly Joiner, Eastern Oklahoma State College; Kylie Pethoud, Northwestern Oklahoma State University; (back row) Elizabeth Rodriguez, University of Central Oklahoma; Tashina, Tahlia and Abraham Nava Goodiron, children of Robin Goodiron, Rose State College; Charles McQuigg, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College; Cody McPherson, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology; Faith Mincher, Southwestern Christian University; Taylor Scalf, Southeastern Oklahoma State University; Shannon Fish, Northern Oklahoma College; and Cedric Bond, Oklahoma City University. Not shown: Stephanie Anderson, Connors State College; Robin Goodiron, Rose State College; and Rashida Jones-Frazier, Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City.
OkCC State Award
The Oklahoma Campus Compact annual state award program recognizes outstanding leadership and contributions by faculty, staff and community partners. The inaugural awards were presented at the 2011 Campus Compact Heartland Conference in September in Overland Park, Kansas.
Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service-Learning
Campus Compact recognizes one faculty member for exemplary leadership in advancing the civic learning of students, including public scholarship, building campus commitment to service-learning and civic engagement and fostering reciprocal community partnerships. Applications are available each spring and posted here.
Leadership Award for Campus and Community Engagement
Campus Compact has created the Leadership Award for Campus and Community Engagement to highlight the critical and valuable role of the community engagement professional in higher education.