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Wo Community Building Award

The Wo Building Community Award recognizes new programs or activities that expand and enrich campus or community relations within the University of Hawai'i Community Colleges and the larger community.

The winner of the Building Community Award will be featured on the Wo Learning Champions website. The submission for posting on the website will include the name(s), title(s), phone number(s) and college of the winner(s), a 100-word summary of the activity or program, and a recent color or black and white glossy 5" X 7" picture of the creator(s) of the activity or program.

Faculty and staff can nominate their colleagues or nominate themselves. Applicants should submit a proposal that demonstrates how the activity or program meets the criteria below.

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to reviewing your application. Winners will be selected and announced February 19th, 2010.

Proposals and supporting documents or information must be submitted electronically. Hard copies of proposals will not be accepted.

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Questions should be addressed to Louise Pagotto, 808-734-9517, at pagotto at hawaii dot edu.



Name:


Campus:

Employment Training Center
Hawaii Community College
Honolulu Community College
Kapiolani Community College
Kauai Community College
Leeward Community College
Maui Community College
Windward Community College

Phone:

E-mail:

Title of Project:

Start date of Project:


Description of Project:


How does your project meet one or more of the following criteria:

  1. Quality - Participants agree that the innovation increases "quality" of the connections between the campus and the community or between the various components of the campus. Evidence of quality may include participant surveys or letters of support from participants.

  2. Outcomes - Participants agree that the activity or program has had a positive impact on the institution and/or the community. There is evidence of the depth and/or breadth of the impact of the activity on participants.

  3. Replication - The activity or program selected can be replicated in other institutions with minimal difficulty.

  4. Timeliness - The activity or program should not be more than five years old in the institution, but it must have been around long enough to have been tested so that it meets most of the criteria.

  5. Supporting Documents:

    Please contact Louise Pagotto at pagotto at hawaii dot edu for instruction on how to submit your supporting documents.