Prof. George Edwards Receives Excellence in Civic Engagement Award from IUPUI
Professor George E. Edwards†received the Chancellor's Faculty Award for Excellence in Civic Engagement from IUPUI and†was recognized at the 2007 Chancellorís Academic Honorís Convocation.
Professor Edwards is the Carl M. Gray Professor of Law.† As founding director of the law schoolís Program in International Human Rights Law, Professor Edwards has, since 1997, facilitated more than 96 Indiana University law student summer internship placements at the United Nations and other human rights organizations in more than†45 countries around the world. He also serves as faculty advisor to the LL.M. track in International Human Rights Law.
Since arriving at Indiana University, Professor Edwards has been honored with several law school and university-wide awards, including: the George W. Pinnell Award for Outstanding Service (Spring 2004); the Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award (Spring 2002); the John Morton-Finney and Brenda Elise Bowles BLSA Award (Spring 2001; Spring 2003); and the Glenn W. Irwin Experience Excellence Award (Spring 1999).