Each April, Lewis University recognizes faculty, staff, and students with several prestigious Lasallian Awards, honoring these individuals for their commitment to the Catholic and Lasallian Mission and core values of the University. The Mission Recognition and Awards Committee of the Mission and Heritage Council is responsible for reviewing nominations from the University community and selecting honorees.
Lasallian Award Nominations for 2017 are due Tuesday, March 28, 2017. Awards for faculty and staff will be presented on April 26 as part of “A Celebration of Service” at 3:00 p.m. in the Saint Charles Borromeo Convocation Hall.
This award honors a faculty or staff member who performs outstanding volunteer service at Lewis University or in his or her community. In addition, two students are recognized with the De La Salle Medallion for Exemplary Volunteer Service for their service contributions at the annual President’s Recognition of Student Volunteers dinner and program.
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This award honors a faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in engaging Lewis students in service learning.
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Presented since 1993, the Distinguished Lasallian Educator Award honors a faculty or staff member who exemplifies the ideals of Saint John Baptist de La Salle in his or her work at the University to foster Gospel values in the lives of faculty, staff and students. This is one of the University’s most prestigious awards.
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