The recipients of the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) Leadership Awards listed below will receive a $100 prize each for their student organizations. The nomination process starts during winter quarter.
The Advancing Academic and Career Goals Award recognizes a registered student organization that successfully promotes academic achievement and provides opportunities for a diverse range of students to explore new areas of interest and develop academic or professional qualifications for future success. Self-nominations are accepted.
Successful student leaders balance multiple academic, work, leadership, service and other personal commitments. The Balanced Leaders Award recognizes a registered student organization that best develops members' skills to support time management, academic commitments, social engagement and self-care. Balanced leaders aspire to achieve academic goals while also maintaining co-curricular involvement and personal wellness. Self-nominations are accepted.
The Excellence in Collaboration Award recognizes the registered student organization that demonstrates a collaborative and inclusive approach to their projects and a commitment to utilizing diverse frameworks in developing their contributions to education. Self-nominations are accepted.
The Global Engagement Award recognizes a registered student organization that demonstrates a commitment to exposing UC Davis students to global perspectives, promoting cross-cultural awareness and exploring intersections of identity between domestic and international communities. Self-nominations are accepted.
This award recognizes the registered student organization that demonstrates a commitment to creating and sustaining a healthy campus climate at UC Davis through programs, activities or initiatives that promote an inclusive and respectful community. Self-nominations are accepted.
This award recognizes the registered student organization that has taken significant steps to improve its overall effectiveness from one year to the next. Areas of improvement may include: member academic success, membership recruitment and retention, budget management, program planning and leadership while fulfilling the mission and goals of their organization. Self-nominations are accepted.