MLK

MLK

The 32nd Annual MLK Commemoration is scheduled for Thursday, January 22, 2015. The venue is the Student Center Ballroom located on the corner of Courtland and Gilmer Streets. The doors will open at 3 p.m. and the event will began at 4 p.m. The 2015 award recipients for the MLK Humanitarian Award and the Hosea Williams Community Service Award will be announced. There will more information forthcoming. For more information, contact 404-413-1584.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award
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.

To nominate a student, the following materials should be submitted:

  • A Nomination Form
  • A brief biographical sketch (150 words) highlighting the nominee’s accomplishments
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation (one (1) letter must be from the Dean of Students Office verifying good academic and conduct standing)

To obtain a Nomination Form, please visit multicultural.gsu.edu or the reception desk at the Multicultural Center (Student Center, Suite 250).
Optional supplemental materials such as certificates, newspaper articles, and other documentation of the nominee’s accomplishments are also encouraged.  Nomination packages should not exceed 15 pages.

Completed nominations must be submitted in PDF format to Eundria Hill-Joseph at ehill23@student.gsu.edu, via fax at 404-413-1719, in-person at the Multicultural Center or mailed to:

Georgia State University
The Multicultural Center
Suite 250 Student Center
P.O. Box 3973
Atlanta, GA 30302-3973

The deadline for receipt of all nominations is Friday, November 14.

Hosea Williams Community Service Award
This award is presented to an exemplary Georgia State University student organization that is making a difference in the metro Atlanta community. The award honors an organization that has demonstrated purposeful risk taking for improving its community, strong leadership skills and courage in achieving its mission. Student organizations must be university chartered/approved.

To nominate an organization, the following materials should be submitted:

  • A Nomination Form
  • A fact sheet about the organization highlighting its activities and accomplishments (150 words)
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation (one (1) letter must be from the Dean of Students Office verifying good conduct standing)
  • Written verification of university charter status

To obtain a Nomination Form, please visit multicultural.gsu.edu or the reception desk at the Multicultural Center.

Optional supplemental materials such as certificates, news articles, brochures, and other documentation about the organization’s accomplishments are highly encouraged.  Nomination packages should not exceed 15 pages.

Completed nominations must be submitted in PDF format to Eundria Hill-Joseph at ehill23@student.gsu.edu, via fax at 404-413-1719, in-person at the Multicultural Center or mailed to:

Georgia State University
The Multicultural Center
Suite 250 Student Center
P.O. Box 3973
Atlanta, GA 30302-3973

The deadline for receipt of all nominations is Friday, November 14.

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