Thirty-fourth Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration
Student Center East Ballroom
Description: In collaboration with Spotlight Programs Board, Disability Services and Black Student Achievement, the Thirty-fourth Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration serves not only as an opportunity to reflect on Dr. King’s legacy, but also as an occasion to engage with the ideals, principles and values that enlivened Dr. King’s political and social action.
For more information, please contact Laci Lee Adams, senior student development specialist for multicultural education and competence.
Civic Engagement will provide a list of the events that it will host later in the fall semester of 2016.
The date for nominations for award recipients during Georgia State University’s Thirty-fourth Annual MLK Commemoration will be announced in the fall semester of 2016. Nomination forms for both the Humanitarian Award and the Community Service Award can be found on the following tabs. For more information, contact Jordan Forrest Miller, graduate assistant for multicultural education and competence, or call 404-413-1584.
This award is presented to an exemplary undergraduate or graduate student who has demonstrated an outstanding ability to promote multiculturalism at Georgia State University and/or the community at large. Students must be nominated by a peer, staff or faculty member. Self-nominations are not permitted. Students must be in good academic and conduct standing with the Dean of Students office.
This award is presented to an exemplary faculty or staff member who has demonstrated a purposeful risk-taking for improving a community by addressing a societal need, strong leadership skills and courage in achieving its mission. Faculty or staff may be nominated by a student, staff or faculty member. Self-nominations are not permitted.