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Psychology and Community Studies Program Receives Leadership Award from Maine Campus Compact

Added on: May 14, 2012
Psychology and Community Studies faculty receiving the President's Campus Leadership Award from Maine Campus Compact
Left to right: MCC Executive Director Liz McCabe Park,
James Moreira, assistant professor of community studies,
Carol Wolf, associate professor of English, and Lois-Ann Kuntz,
associate professor of psychology.

MACHIAS, Maine – The Psychology and Community Studies program at the University of Maine at Machias was recently selected as a recipient of the President’s Campus Leadership Award from Maine Campus Compact. The award was presented at MCC’s annual awards ceremony in April.

Nominated by UMM President Cynthia Huggins, the Psychology and Community Studies program was selected as a recipient of the award for its contributions to community service, service learning, and civic engagement on the UMM campus. In recent years, students in the program have made a large impact in the campus and local community through service projects that have included raising AIDS awareness, encouraging recycling, alleviating substance abuse, prejudice, and poverty, and promoting health and literacy.

According to its website, Maine Campus Compact is a coalition of 18 member campuses whose purpose is to catalyze and lead a movement to reinvigorate the public purposes and civic mission of higher education.

Attending the ceremony and accepting the award for UMM’s Psychology and Community Studies program were Lois-Ann Kuntz, associate professor of psychology, James Moreira, assistant professor of community studies, and Carol Wolf, associate professor of English.

 

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