The annual ASUN Service-Learning Faculty Award recognized two outstanding educators who have demonstrated exemplary integration of academic service-learning in their courses. On May 12 at the Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Recognition Breakfast held at Joe Crowley Union, the University of Nevada, Reno recognized the exemplary achievements of faculty members who have made a significant impact through their dedication to service-learning
Jordan Baez, M.S., PRSS-S, CHW II, was honored as the ASUN Service-Learning Faculty Awardee for her outstanding contributions to the service-learning components of the CAS 257 course. Baez's dedication to facilitating student learning and application within the field was truly remarkable. By integrating service-learning experiences into her course, she provided students with valuable opportunities to gain practical insights and apply their knowledge to real-world situations.
The University's Office of Service Learning and Civic Engagement (OSLCE) is instrumental in supporting and advancing service-learning initiatives. Its mission is to foster meaningful collaborations among the University, community partners and students. The University recognizes and honors faculty members who excel in service-learning.