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Governor’s Humanities Awards

Governor's Humanities Awards

The Northern Marianas Humanities Council is accepting nominations for the 2019 Governor's Humanities Awards.

This event, held annually in October as part of CNMI Humanities Month, recognizes outstanding contributions to the humanities by individuals and organizations in the community.

Nominees should have a notable humanities achievement in the past year, as demonstrated in any of the following four categories:

  • Research and Publication in the Humanities;
  • Preservation of Traditional Cultural Practices;
  • Preservation of CNMI History and;
  • Outstanding Humanities Teacher (in classroom and non-classroom settings).

2019 Governor's Humanities Awards Nomination Form and Instructions

The 2018 Governor’s Humanities awardees are Galvin Deleon Guerrero, Victor Cabrera, Cecilio Raiukiulipiy, Gordon Marciano, Don Farrell and Scott Russell who is not in photo. With the awardees are Gov. Ralph DLG Torres, Humanities Council board member Frankie Eliptico, board chairwoman Polly Masga and executive director Leo Pangelinan at the Giovanni’s Restaurant of the Hyatt, Thursday. Photo by Lori Lyn C. Lirio

Photo by Lori Lyn C. Lirio

The 2018 Governor’s Humanities awardees:

Galvin Deleon Guerrero

Preservation of CNMI History

Victor Cabrera

Outstanding Humanities Teacher (classroom setting)

Cecilio Raiukiulipiy

Outstanding Humanities Teacher (non-classroom setting)

Gordon Marciano

Preservation of Traditional Cultural Practices

Don Farrell

Research and Publication in the Humanities

Scott Russell 

Lifetime Achievement Award in the Humanities


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