The Shane Carlin & Annie Sit Inclusion Award
The University of Kentucky acknowledges outstanding student service and commitment to inclusion and diversity at The Annual University Honors & Recognition Awards Program. The Shane Carlin and Annie Sit Inclusion Award recognizes the achievements of two students that have made strides in assisting to move our campus forward.
Shane is a 1995 graduate of the University of Kentucky and has been a Student Affairs professional since that time. While at UK, Shane was involved in many student organizations. He and his wife want to celebrate and appreciate students who strive to make the University of Kentucky more inclusive. The Carlin's developed this award to recognize students that work in social justice, diversity and inclusion in the most impacting and discerning manner, which transcends race.
2012 Inclusion Award Recipients
Shane Carlin, Endower of the Inclusion Award since its inception, Annalisa Abell, Executive Director of the CATalyst Coalition, Jimin Lee, 2012 Inclusion Award Recipient
Shane Carlin, Endower of the Inclusion Award since its inception, Annalisa Abell, Executive Director of the CATalyst Coalition, Casey Messer, 2012 Inclusion Award Recipient
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This initiative has been created to assist in building relationships among student community and enhancing cultural programming opportunities. Please note that requests that reflect a collaboration or partnership between two or more organizations will be given priority access to funding.
CATalyst's mission is: The CATalyst Coalition has been cultivated to assist in the process of moving our campus forward on diversity initiatives and creating a student leadership community around social justice.
Their Core Values: Educate, Facilitate, Innovate, Collaborate, & Progress
Fall '12 is shaping up to be a great semester for Diversity Education and CATalyst. Visit our Fall 2012 Events page, or learn more about one of the following events: