We envision students as active global citizens advancing economic, social, and environmental well-being. Develop the knowledge and skills to become a changemaker right here on the South Cumberland Plateau–and beyond.

WHY CIVIC ENGAGEMENT AT SEWANEE?

Civic engagement brings people together to participate in collaborative, transformational learning that is life enriching and socially beneficial. Go beyond the four walls of a classroom and cultivate applied knowledge, deep relationships, and civic skills for a lifetime of achievement and service.


 

2020 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award

Daniel Carter,  Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, and Academic Civic Engagement Leader, is the recipient of a 2020 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award. These awards are presented by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission to recognize exemplary public service. 

Daniel Carter was nominated for his civic initiatives in his homeplace, Marion County, and his work with Sewanee students on these initiatives.

 

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OCE AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS