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Community Service Award

The Community Service awards are designed to recognize and encourage service by members of the CSULB family to the community within which they live. The awards are sponsored by the Academic Senate, the Staff Council, the Alumni Association, and the Associated Students.

For qualification, a wide range of service activities are eligible, including political, religious, and social activism. In all cases, sustained involvement and especially significant results are considered. Special attention are given to noteworthy accomplishments within the past 12 months. Preference are given to unpaid volunteer service which is not part of one's normal and expected occupational duties. Those eligible include CSULB faculty, staff, students, and alumni (to include all former students and friends of the university). Self-nominations are encouraged and awardees may reapply five years after receiving an award.

    • 2011 Community Service
      Mat Kaplan, College of Continuing and Professional Education
    • 2010 Community Service
      Colleen Ryan, College of the Arts
    • 2009 Community Service
      Mark Zakour, Construction Management, Division of Administration and Finance
    • 2008 Community Service
      Mary Harris-Robinson, College of Health and Human Services
    • 2006 Community Service
      Laurie Angel, Physical Planning Facilites Management, Division of Administration and Finance
    • 2005 Community Service
      Carina Sass, Community Services Learning Center
    • 2004 Community Service
      Kathy Shaon, Provost Office, Academic Affairs
    • 2003 Community Service
      Cecilia Fidora, Center for International Education
    • 2002 Community Service
      Barbara Parks, Public Affairs and University Publications
    • 2001 Community Service
      Bob Rodgers, Audio Visual Service, Academic Affairs
    • 2000 Community Service
      Rodger Rhoades, Facilities Management, Division of Adminstration and Finance