Internet2 Rose-Werle Award 2022 Call for Nominations Due March 11
By Stephanie Stenberg, Director of the Internet2 Community Anchor Program
Do you know someone who is a leader in advanced networking for community anchor institutions, such as community colleges, primary and secondary schools, state and local government, libraries, and museums? Consider nominating them for the 2022 Rose-Werle Award. The recipient will be recognized at a virtual award ceremony in the spring.
The Rose-Werle Award is named in honor of Richard Rose (1947-2007) and James Werle (1971-2018), early contributors to and leaders in the national Internet2 K20 Initiative, now part of the Internet2 Community Anchor Program (CAP).
Rose was an indefatigable advocate for extending the Internet2 Network to students at all levels—in both formal and informal education—in the U.S. to broaden and deepen opportunities in learning, scholarship, and science.
Werle worked tirelessly over many years to help schools and libraries understand the benefits of advanced technologies and how they can be used to help improve teaching and learning.
The nomination submission deadline is Friday, March 11, 2022. Please submit your nominations to Stephanie Stenberg, director of the Internet2 Community Anchor Program and Rose-Werle Award Committee Chair.
Additional details on the award and nomination criteria can be found on the Rose-Werle Award webpage. We hope you will consider nominating an exemplary community member for the Rose-Werle Award.
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