CACP Awards Reception
Clement A. Price Human Dignity Awards and
the Leaders in Faculty Diversity Awards Reception
Tuesday, April 26th, 2016,
Rutgers University-Newark campus
15 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 0710
The Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award is named after Rutgers’ Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor Dr. Clement A. Price, historian, former chair of CACP; and founding director of The Rutgers Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience (IECME), which he established in 1996 at RU-Newark. This award recognizes outstanding individuals or groups who have demonstrated extraordinary achievement and commitment to promoting and practicing diversity, inclusion, equity, and access within the University and/or in partnership with community organizations.
The CACP administers the Leaders in Faculty Diversity Awards. This award honors a select number of faculty who have been leaders in promoting diversity, inclusion, equity, and access at Rutgers, either through their own academic research; teaching; community engagement research; and/or in other venues.
- 2016 CACP Awards Reception Program
- 2016 Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award Citations
- 2016 Leaders in Faculty Diversity Award Citations
CACP Award Reception Spring 2016
Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award Recipients 2015-2016
Faculty Leaders in Diversity Award Recipients 2015-2016