Concordia University

http://www.concordia.ca/content/concordia/en/about/community/awards.html

The Engaged Scholar Awards recognize one student, one faculty member and one community partner for their exemplary participation in community-engaged scholarship during the preceding year. Presented annually, these three awards are made possible by the Office of Community Engagement and the Office of the Provost.


Congratulations to our 2017 Engaged Scholar Awards recipients!

Fabio Balli

Engaged Scholar Award – Student
Fabio Balli

Ted Little

Engaged Scholar Award – Faculty
Dr. Edward Little

Annie Pisuktie

Engaged Scholar Award – Community Partner
Annie Pisuktie, Nipivut


engaged scholar awards
Purpose of the Engaged Scholar Awards:

Community engaged-scholarship is the collaboration between academics and individuals or organizations outside the academy, in the context of partnership and reciprocity. It can involve generating, validating, synthesizing, or applying knowledge at the local, regional, national or global level. Community is broadly defined to include non-profit organizations, social enterprises, governmental agencies, and institutions.

Recipients for the faculty, student and community partner awards will be selected on the basis of the quality of the community-univeristy partnership, the ways in which the initiative addresses community-identified needs and the ways in which the engagement activities enhance teaching, learning and research at Concordia.

For more information about the Engaged Scholar Awards, please download the nomination guidelines or consult the details below.

Note that nominations have closed for the 2017 Engaged Scholar Awards.


Previous award winners



The Concordia Volunteer Recognition Awards are presented annually to Concordia students, staff and faculty who have made a significant contribution in the volunteer sector (off-campus), sharing their time and talent for the benefit of the community.

For more information please visit the LIVE Centre.

The Volunteer Recognition Awards and the Engaged Scholar Awards will be presented in conjunction with the Concordia Council on Student Life (CCSL) Outstanding Contribution Awards.  For more information, please vist the Concordia Council on Student Life.

Andrew-at-Awards-night-web460

External awards opportunities

external awards

Beyond campus, there are many opportunities to nominate yourself, a fellow Concordian, or a community partner for an award. Please contact the Office of Community Engagement for support in the application process.


Back to top

© Concordia University