2016 - 2017 Awards

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The Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award is named after the lateRutgers’ 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.



CACP Awards Reception 2016 Pic

2016 - 2017 CACP Awards Reception 
Rutgers-New Brunswick

Barbara Lee SVPAA

Barbara A. Lee, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Human Dignity Recipient 01

Sahar Akbarzai, Undergraduate Student
Political Science Major, School of Arts and Sciences ‘18, Rutgers University–New Brunswick

Human Dignity Recipient 02

Tanya Norment, Program Administrator,
The Healthcare Foundation Center for Humanism and Medicine, New Jersey Medical School, Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences

Human Dignity Recipient 03

Liliana Sánchez, Professor, School of Arts and Sciences – Spanish and Portuguese, Rutgers University‐New Brunswick

Human Dignity Recipient 05

SCREAM Theater and SCREAM Athletes   
Rutgers University–New Brunswick



CACP 2016 - 2017 Awardees

2016-2017 Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award, 
Faculty Leaders in Diversity Award Recipients, and CACP Special Achievement Award Recipients