Mary Jane Underwood Stryker Center for Civic Engagement
“Service-Learning was one of the most influential aspects of my education while I was at K. I think it is hard to distinguish how something that influential has shaped my life because it is part of the fabric of who I am, how I think and how I approach the world.” – Nathania Dallas, K’09
Farms to K and The Center for Civic Engagement hosts "Food Chains: Feeding The Nation At Any Cost"
Michigan Campus Compact’s Annual Outstanding Student Service Awards
On Saturday, April 18, at Michigan Campus Compact’s annual Outstanding Student Service Awards celebration in East Lansing, six senior Civic Engagement Scholars received the Heart and Soul Award and two senior CESs, Mele Makalo and Kacey Cook, were honored with the Commitment to Service Award. We congratulate our extraordinary student leaders and thank them for their exceptional leadership, skill, and commitment to social justice and community change. It has been an honor to work with such treasured colleagues.
From Left to Right: Sashae Mitchell, Katherine Rapin, Rosie Tobin, Alison Geist, Alejandra Castillo, Kacey Cook, Mele Makalo, Teresa Denton, Paulette Rieger(Center)