Chancellor's Community Award for Excellence in Civic Engagement

Honorees of the Chancellor's Community Award for Excellence in Civic Engagement are recognized at Chancellor's Academic Honors Convocation.

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Chancellor's Community Award for Excellence in Civic Engagement Highlights
Eligibility and Criteria
  • Any community organization that has partnered with IU Indianapolis faculty, staff, students, or campus units to create positive differences in the community through teaching (e.g., service learning, clinical, internship), research, or professional service may be nominated for this award.
    • Previous award recipients may receive this award five or more years after their initial award.
  • Nominees must have engaged in a meaningful and sustained program of collaboration with one or more campus units that has resulted in deepening student learning, advancing faculty/staff work, and improving community outcomes.
Nomination Process
  • Recipients must be nominated by an IU Indianapolis faculty, administrator, or staff member. 
  • Complete the electronic nomination form and upload the required documentation.
  • The review committee will recommend at least two organizations for the award, with the final selection being made by the chancellor.
    • Awards may not be given every year.


For questions regarding eligibility and criteria for the Chancellor's Community Award for Excellence in Civic Engagement, contact Jerry Daday, executive associate dean of Institute for Engaged Learning, at ude[dot]ui[at]yadadj.

For issues related to the online nomination process, contact the Office of Academic Affairs at ude[dot]ui[at]aao.