Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Central Campus MLK Spirit Awards!
Nomination Deadline Extended: Thursday, December 5, 2019
The Central Campus Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Spirit Awards honor undergraduate students on Central Campus who best exemplify the leadership and extraordinary vision of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Nominees and awardees will be recognized in the Award Ceremony, which will highlight the various ways in which our students have worked to carry on the spirit of Dr. King.
Eligible students must be
- Enrolled full-time as an undergraduate student in Business, Education, Kinesiology, LSA, Nursing, Public Policy, School of Information, or the Community Action and Social Change Undergraduate Minor for the current academic year
- In good academic standing (minimum 2.0 GPA)
U-M Ann Arbor faculty and staff may nominate a student for a 2020 Central Campus MLK Spirit Award by providing the information requested below along with a brief explanation (300 words) of why the nominee should receive this honor. Nominated students will subsequently be asked to submit an essay describing their work to foster equity, inclusivity, and social justice. A nominee will only be considered if their student essay is submitted by the essay deadline (typically 2 weeks after they have been nominated).
The MLK Spirit Award Selection Committee encourages nominators to consider individuals who have distinguished themselves by:
- Building inclusive communities and equitable spaces
- Pursuing social justice by challenging oppressive norms
- Engaging with diverse communities to promote cross-cultural collaboration
- Confronting systemic injustice(s)
- Commitment to racial justice
The Spirit Awards Selection Committee is comprised of faculty and staff from the participating Central Campus schools and colleges.
Questions? Contact CEAL at email@example.com
Co-sponsored by the University of Michigan Schools of Education, Nursing, Information, Kinesiology, Public Policy, Business, and Social Work (Community Action and Social Change Undergraduate Minor), as well as the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) and the Office of the Vice Provost for Equity, Inclusion, and Academic Affairs. Organized by LSA Undergraduate Education.