Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship

CONGRATUATIONS 2017 Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellows!

2017 Kaplan Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Paulette Clancy 2017 Kaplan Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Heather Kokalowski

Paulette Clancy, Samuel and Diane Bodman Professor of Chemical Engineering, R.F. Smith School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, and the Director of the Cornell Institute for Computational Science and Engineering

Heather Kolakowski, Lecturer, School of Hotel Administration, SC Johnson College of Business

The Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship in Service-Learning recognizes the importance of the national movement in higher education for greater involvement in civic engagement.

Two faculty members, who are having a significant impact on undergraduate, professional, or graduate education at Cornell by involving their students in challenging service-learning programs, will be given a $5,000 award to enable them to further develop an ongoing community-based learning/research project, to initiate a new effort, or to seek institutionalization of a service-learning course.

Nominees/applicants must be full-time Cornell faculty members and be able to demonstrate involvement in public scholarship in their nomination/application. Faculty members may apply on their own or be nominated.

Nomination and application information will be posted soon. 

Learn about past fellows.