Each year, in coordination with the Carolina Center for Public Service, the Office of the Provost selects three recipients for their Engaged Scholarship Awards. These awards are intended to honor members or groups of the UNC community that have performed extraordinary public service engaged scholarship and/or enabled such work by others. The awards are given in three categories: teaching, research, and partnership. Our very own Rich Goldberg has been chosen as the 2014 recipient of the engaged teaching award. This honor recognizes the impact of Dr. Goldberg’s senior design course on disabled persons in the local community. Congratulations to Dr. Goldberg for this well deserved recognition!