Awards

Campus Compact of the Mountain West is proud of the innovative and effective engagement work happening on all of our member campuses in the region. CCMW awards, recognition, grants, and scholarships showcase some of the powerful student and community impacts created by faculty, students, and institutions alike.

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Newman Civic Fellow Award
Ricardo Tonatiuh Rocha
Thursday, April 2, 2015

Ricardo Tonatiuh Rocha is the 2015 Newman Civic Fellow Award recipient for Metropolitan State University of Denver. Ricardo is pursuing an Individualized Degree major at Metropolitan State University of Denver titled “Reforming Systems: Social...

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Service in Action- First Place Winner
Katie Barr
Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Our Service in Action Photo Competition photos are used to help promote the CSC program, to highlight campus-based service, and to celebrate the engagement of students across the region. This year's first place winner is a student at Arizona...

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Service in Action- Second Place Winner
Melissa Tilleman
Monday, May 5, 2014

Our Service in Action Photo Competition photos are used to help promote the CSC program, to highlight campus-based service, and to celebrate the engagement of students across the region.  Our second place winner of the SIA 2014 competition,...

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Service in Action- Third Place Winner
Kayla Rauh
Friday, May 2, 2014

Our Service in Action Photo Competition photos are used to help promote the CSC program, to highlight campus-based service, and to celebrate the engagement of students across the region.  Our third place winner this year is a student from ...

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Newman Civic Fellow Award
Arimus T. Wells
Thursday, March 20, 2014

Arimus T. Wells is the 2014 Newman Civic Fellow Award recipient from the University of Denver. Arimus serves as a Public Achievement coach to local high school students, creating opportunities for those students to create, develop, and implement...

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Newman Civic Fellow Award
Michael Stack
Thursday, March 20, 2014

Michael Stack is the 2014 Newman Civic Fellow Award recipient from the University of Colorado Denver. Michael is an outstanding student leader who is dedicated to creating a strong, supportive campus environment for his fellow students and has...

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