Joseph C. Gallegos Servant Leadership Recognition
Joseph Gallegos dedicated his life to serving others in Colorado, the US and Latin America. He was known for his work in sustainable farming and traditional Hispanic and Indengious farming. Students awarded for this recognition have begun to demonstrate servant leadership in their work with individuals, families, and communities.
Harriette Pipes McAdoo Academic Excellence Recognition
HP McAdoo was a leader in the Family Science discipline and other Social Sciences. She was well known for her research, teaching and service throughout the world. A centerpiece to her work and values was the importance of academic excellence. She constantly was working to encourage and support students to academically thrive. Students awarded for this recognition have demonstrated academic excellence through their undergraduate career.
Undergraduate Passionate Educator Recognition
This award is presented to one elementary, early childhood, special education or secondary undergraduate student prior to professional year. Students awarded this recognition exhibit strong passion, active engagement and commitment to becoming the best educator possible.
Curious Researcher Recognition
This award is presented to a student who exhibited excellence in the inquiry process by developing an inquiry project that demonstrates a commitment to learning about the ways children know and learn in diverse contexts.
Deejha Blash Lopez
Undergraduate Community Educator for Equity Recognition
This award is presented to a student who embodies the following characteristics:
Collegiality and Professionalism Recognition
This recognition is presented to SEHD undergraduates who have demonstrated extraordinary collegiality and professionalism with their colleagues, peers, and with faculty and staff during the 2020-2021 year. The student’s collegial dispositions demonstrate a strong commitment to their academic and professional communities.
This recognition is presented to SEHD undergraduates who have demonstrated outstanding service, leadership, academic achievement during the 2020-2021 year, and is committed to serving the University community.
This recognition is given to SEHD undergraduates who have shown extraordinary leadership during the 2021-2022 academic year within and beyond the School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver.
Luis Bencomo Vega
This recognition is given to SEHD undergraduates who have made outstanding contributions in community service during the 2020- 2021 academic year at the University of Colorado Denver and is dedicated to promoting equity and access to opportunity for all.
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