Dr. Stankovitch receives the 2013 Award for the Common Good from the College of Education, Leadership, and Counseling
Dr. Stankovitch, Director of Psychological Services at the IPC, is one of seven who received the 2013 Award for the Common Good from the College of Education, Leadership, and Counseling (CELC).
The award was established by Dr. Bruce Kramer and presented to the entirety of the CELC community earlier this year. The plaque which hangs in the hallway outside of MOH 217 reads:
In 2010, Dean Bruce Kramer was diagnosed with the debilitating, fatal disease, ALS. In his time of exceptional need, College of Education, Leadership and Counseling staff, students, faculty and board gave of their time, talent and resources to support Bruce and his family beyond any expectation of thanks or acknowledgment.
With deep gratitude, and in commemoration of their extraordinary assistance, Dean Kramer’s family establishes this award to celebrate their unique gift of selfless, generous love. Through this award, the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling recalls its own care by celebrating others’ work for the common good.
There are many members of the CELC community who embody this description. As a testament to that fact, the Awards Committee received several nominations for the award. Rather than pick just one honoree, the committee hoped to honor all of their accomplishments and contributions as recipients of the CELC Award for the Common Good.
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