The following are campus wide community engagement awards for faculty, staff, and students.

Outstanding Community-Engaged Scholar Award — Faculty

Application deadline: December 18, 2020

The Outstanding Community-Engaged Scholar Award was created in 2020 by the Community Engagement Council. Given annually, the award recognizes impactful community-engaged scholarship by faculty at the University of Washington Bothell. UW Bothell defines community engagement as the collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities (local, regional/state, national, global) for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity. Applicants selected receive one annual award of $2,000.

Outstanding Public Service Award— Staff & Faculty

Application deadline: January 29, 2020

The Outstanding Public Service Award was created in 2020 by the Community Engagement Council. UW Bothell values the many staff and faculty members who engage in service independent of their positions on campus. Aligned with the Carnegie Foundation’s purpose of community engagement, this award recognizes staff and faculty service efforts that address critical societal issues; contribute to an engaged citizenry; strengthen democratic values and civic responsibility; and contribute to the public good. Applicants selected receive one annual award of $2,000.

Student Civic Leadership Awards

Nominations open once a year, December – January

Washington Campus Compact sponsors the Washington State Student Civic Leadership awards. As a Washington Campus Compact member institution, UW Bothell has the opportunity to recognize and award two of our student civic leaders. Students are nominated by faculty, staff, administrators, community partners, or can self-nominate for consideration by their institution’s president. Both graduate and undergraduate students are eligible for nomination.

Meet the Award Winners