Rosenzweig Feingold Student Service Award

"It is not enough to be compassionate, you must act." - the Dalai Lama

The Rosenzweig-Feingold Student Service Award was established to support sustainable community service projects. Awards are available to students affiliated with the Cornell Public Service Center. Two awards are available for up to $500.

More information on how to apply will be posted soon. To Apply for the 2017 Award. Applications are due by February 6, 2017

2013 Winners of the Rosenzweig Feingold Award

Anil Singhal ’13 YOURS/OURS: Youth Outreach Undergraduates Reshaping Success, helping to provide a fun, experiential learning atmosphere, while instilling the youth with self esteem and team building exercises to youth in under-served mobile home parks. Singhal’s project aims to: Create the Next Generation of Leaders through Teamwork and Service, his project will create teambuilding activities for the older youth, and help them become mentors for the younger youth. This will include team building exercises and a hands-on community service project.

Juhi Purswani ’14 VAM: Voices of African Mothers Village, Juhi’s project will allow Cornell students who are visiting Ghana on a service-learning trip to conduct a malaria education workshop in a village with the goal of teaching families about malaria, and prevention through proper bed-nets.