Center Awards and Recognitions, 2012 - 2013
Opal Mann Green Award
The Opal Mann Green Engagement and Scholarship Award recognizes the contributions of the center and its partners to supporting safe, healthy, and productive families and communities and to generating societally relevant scholarship.
From Left to Right:
Back Row: Kara Allen-Eckard (NCSU), Stacy Comey (NCSU), Dr. Joan Pennell, NCSU, Gail Cormier (NC Families United), Nancy Carter (Independent Living Resources), and Marianne Latz (NCSU)
Front Row: Jenny King (NCSU), Chaney Stokes (NCSU and SaySo), Margaret Heil (NCSU, representing Joanne Scaturro of NC Division of Social Services), and Lana Dial (NC Standing Committee on Indian Child Welfare)
A North Carolina association of youth in substitute care, Sayso, awarded a Certificate of Appreciation to the center in recognition of its partnering approach.
Association for the Concerns of African American Graduate Students (ACAAGS) Graduate Research Award
Research Assistant Tia Sanders-Rice received the ACAAGS award.
Award of Excellence
Center Manager Marianne Latz was nominated for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Award of Excellence. https://news.chass.ncsu.edu/2013/05/14/chass-staff-awards-2013/
From left to right: Cristina Carrillo, Lillie Kirby, Melonie St. John, Betty Byrum, Christina Hobbs, Carrie Bekerman, Faye Walker, Marianne Latz, and LaTonya Tucker.
Graduate Capstone Project Award
Field placement student Jasmin Volkel nominated for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Capstone Project Award.
In recognition of the center’s scholarship of engagement, the university nominated the center for the Peter Magrath/W. K. Kellogg Foundation Award by the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities and Engagement Scholarship Consortium.