For the sixth consecutive year, Dartmouth presented its Social Justice Awards, recognizing members of the community who, through their lives and work, are making a difference on campus and around the world. The awards, part of the College's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, capped a two-week-long series of events in January honoring the late civil rights leader.
Recipients this year were James Butterworth, Tuck '91, founder of Incite Productions; Paul D. Holzer '00, director of higher education, Latin American Youth Center; Karen Kramer Hein DMS '68, former president of the William T. Grant Foundation; and Thomas W. Wahman '60, founder of the Resources Development Association.
The student-led Mascoma Clinic and the Tucker Foundation's Summer Enrichment at Dartmouth (SEAD) program were also honored.
Read more about the award recipients.
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Last Updated: 5/30/08