Distinguished Partnership Award for Community-Engaged Service

Caregiving, Aging, Research, and Education with AgeAlive and IMPART Alliance

Clare C. Luz, College of Osteopathic Medicine
City of East Lansing Prime Time Seniors Program

Distinguished Partnership Award for Community-Engaged Teaching

Community-Engaged Learning: Bridging Medical Education and Community-Based Strategies to Leverage Health Sciences, Social Initiatives, and Evidence-Based Knowledge

Carolina Restini, College of Osteopathic Medicine
Chippewa High School Coalition for Youth and Families
Chippewa Valley High School
Dakota High School

Distinguished Partnership Award for Community-Engaged Creative Activity

MSU and the Lansing School District: Building an Intergenerational Constellation of Partnerships with Latinx and Indigenous Lansing School District Youth and Families

J. Estrella Torrez, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities
Lansing School District

Distinguished Partnership Award for Community-Engaged Research

Engaging Community in the Development of Low-Cost Technologies for Environmental Monitoring to Promote Environmental Health Literacy in a Low-Trust Setting: The Community-Driven Flint Project

Jennifer S. Carrera, College of Social Science
Community Based Organization Partners
Community Driven Flint Action Council

Distinguished Partnership Award for International Community-Engaged Scholarship

Community Engagement with Pastoralists on the Tibetan Plateau

Maria Lapinski, College of Communication Arts and Sciences
John Kerr, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Rain Liu, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University of Arizona
Jinhua Zhao, College of Business, Cornell University
Shan Shui Conservation Center