Seniors and second-semester juniors in SSCIDP are invited to submit an application for the Charles Haynie Memorial Student Award. The award is given in honor of former faculty member, Charles Haynie, and includes a monetary prize.
Please complete the application form below and submit with the following materials:
April 3rd at 5:00pm
Professor Charles Haynie was a long-time faculty member in the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree Program. He provided advisement, taught statistics and engaged students in a range of popular courses about grassroots organizing for social change, 20th century political movements and social justice.
From 1969 to the mid-1980s, Prof. Haynie was the academic leader of Tolstoy College, which sponsored courses on left politics and social justice. Before that he was active in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, working to register black voters in Tennessee and Mississippi.
Prof. Haynie is remembered by his colleagues for caring deeply about each individual student, and for his long history of engagement in the university, the local community and the nation. He passed away in July 2001 at the age of 65. The Charles Haynie Memorial Award is given to students who exemplify Prof. Haynie’s commitment to social justice and responsible citizenship.