The Office of Civic & Community Engagement (OCCE) has, recently, announced the winners of its 2020 Service Awards in student, faculty and staff, and community partner categories.
The OCCE Service Awards recognize students, faculty, staff, and members of the community who have successfully and effectively worked to create meaningful social change around a particular issue, either on campus or in the Winston-Salem community.
Dani Parker-Moore, assistant professor of education, was given the Faculty Service Excellence Award. It is presented to faculty that represent the Pro Humanitate Teacher-Scholar ideal through their service to the broader community. According to OCCE’s announcement, “As the executive director of the Wake Forest Freedom School, Parker-Moore has applied her researched best practices into life-changing programs for underserved students in Winston-Salem.”
Dwight Lewis, associate athletic director for community and alumni relations, received the Michael G. Ford Servant Leadership Award. It is intended to recognize a staff member who carries on the legacy of servant leadership demonstrated throughout Ford’s life, professionally and personally. OCCE’s announcement states that “Lewis has worked tirelessly to cultivate Wake Forest student-athletes into both civic and community leaders throughout his time with the Demon Deacons, providing endless service opportunities in the spirit of Pro Humanitate.”
OCCE presented its Community Partner Service Award to Mia Parker, parental involvement coordinator at Kimberly Park Elementary School.
The following student awards were given:
- Christman Award; Grace Yucha, senior
- Change-Maker Award; Alexander Holt, senior
- Junior Service Excellence Award; Lilly Parker
- Sophomore Service Excellence Award; Kate Pearson
- First-Year Service Excellence Award; Jayden Brown
Wake ‘N Shake, the University’s largest student-run philanthropic event, received the Student Organization Service Excellence Award.
More information about the awards is available here.
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Scholars, journalists, coaches, athletes, and athletic administrators will examine the complex racial issues affecting intercollegiate athletics during a major conference at Wake Forest April 13 and 14.
The conference, “Losing to Win,” will be held in the Benson University Center. It is free and open to the public.
A number of panel discussions will look at the racial issues of big-time athletics, including the recruitment of student-athletes; the lack of minorities in the coaching ranks; support services for athletes; the media’s portrayal of African American student-athletes; and the implications of Title IV gender equity.
The conference was organized by professors Earl Smith (sociology) and Tim Davis (law). Panelists or presenters from Wake Forest include Ahmed Taha (law), Omari Simmons (law), Hunter Willard (student athlete services), Dwight Lewis (student athlete services), Anthony Williams (multicultural affairs), John Llewellyn (communication), Beth Hopkins (law) and Angela Hattery (research professor).
Toby A. Hale, Associate Dean for Special Academic Projects, Wake Forest College
Kenneth A. Zick, Vice President and Dean for Student Affairs
Julie D. Griffin, Champs/Life Skills Coordinator, Student-Athlete Services Read more
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