Arts & Sciences Advocacy Award

The CCAS Board of Directors has honored the following individuals and organizations with the Arts & Sciences Advocacy Award, in recognition of their exemplary advocacy for the arts and sciences, flowing from a deep commitment to the intrinsic worth of liberal arts education.
2023 – Joy Connolly, ACLS President
2021 – Cathy N. Davidson, read about her here
2020 – Matthew Moen, President of the Gettysburg Foundation, past CCAS board member
2019 – Beverly Daniel Tatum, President Emerita of Spelman College
2017 – Congressman David E. Price (NC-04) & Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07),
            co-chairs of the Congressional Humanities Caucus
2016 – Sylvester James (Jim) Gates
2015 – David J. Skorton
2011 – Deborah Byrd
2009 – Martha Nussbaum
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