Susan Herman Award for Leadership in Holocaust & Genocide Awareness
The Susan J. Herman Award for Leadership in Holocaust and Genocide Awareness provides recognition and financial assistance to individuals who have, through personal leadership and actions, stimulated greater understanding of genocide, increased activism on behalf of the victims of crimes against humanity or inspired community engagement in educating people about genocide both historically and in our contemporary world. The Award is presented in two categories each year. One honors a student at Keene State College, accompanied by a monetary award to assist the student with her/his studies. The second award is presented to an individual or group who has made a difference in Holocaust and genocide awareness through acts of leadership and personal commitment. Preference for the second award will be given to qualified nominees from New Hampshire, but inspirational candidates from around the world will be considered. This second award does not carry any monetary value. Recipients of these awards shall be selected each year by a committee named by the director of the Cohen Center. Nominations will be promoted and requested via the Cohen Center website and through other means such as faculty referrals. The award to the Keene State College student will be available for rising sophomores through seniors. Annual nominations will be promoted or encouraged. A student may receive this award no more than twice.
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