Awards and Appreciation Reception

"... an eye-opening experience that will leave an indelible mark on your own sense of achievement." -Director Michael Hudson

 

Each year the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities hosts an annual awards and appreciation reception at the end of the spring semester to honor the outstanding achievements of scholarship recipients, exceptional faculty and staff, and generous donors supporting the RCPD mission. Attendees will witness a unique, positive, and inspiring celebration of ability and accomplishment.

A large room filled with people at tables waiting for the reception to begin.

 

 

Date: Friday, April 20, 2018

1:00 - 3:00 pm

Location: Big 10 A, Kellogg Center, Michigan State University

 

The Awards and Appreciation Reception is sponsored by the MSU Federal Credit Union (title sponsor) and Good Fruit Video (video sponsor) and we thank them for their support of this signature program!

 

 

Applications for scholarships and nominations for award recipients are welcomed throughout the year but strongly encouraged between December and February of each year. For more information and the opportunity to nominate and apply for scholarships and awards, visit Scholarships & Awards. Also, visit the Award Recipients page to view past and present award recipients. Students and the community at large are encouraged to help us recognize and celebrate outstanding achievement through nominations for any of our faculty/staff, student, and alumni awards.

Awards and Appreciation in the News:

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More Than a Game: Student Participates in National Tournament

When Piotr Pasik sees an opportunity, he maximizes it. That was no exception for the 2017 Wheelchair Tennis National Tournament. But, joining the tournament wasn’t to showcase his tennis skills.
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Gilbert Gift Empowers RCPD

Dan Gilbert, CEO of Quicken Loans, and his wife, Jennifer Gilbert, donated $15 million to MSU in October of 2016. A portion of the gift contributes to the RCPD's growth and mission on campus.
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Rivalry Week: A Unique Partnership for a Vital Cause

Alex Powell never imagined calling on the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities or needing to rely on U-M medical services, but a serious cancer diagnosis changed that and ultimately launched an unlikely partnership.
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