The Marteace Lockhart Disability Resource Center Champion Award recognizes an individual who embodies the spirit of the Disability Resource Center and positively impacts the experience of people with disabilities within the Clayton State University community.
The Marteace Lockhart DRC Champion Award was established in 2016 in memory of Marteace Lockhart. Marteace was a graduate from Clayton State University, a registered student and a student employee of the Disability Resource Center. He strongly advocated for students with disabilities and made a positive impact to the University community.
The Disability Resource Center coordinates the nomination process. All faculty, staff, and students may nominate individual(s) for this award. Nominees can be Clayton State University faculty, staff, and/or students.
To be eligible for the award, the individual may have:
- Advocated for or improved programmatic and/or physical access at the university
- Contributed to the empowerment of individuals with disabilities
- Advocated for the rights of individuals with disabilities
- Provided exemplary service to individuals with disabilities
Throughout the fall semester, please take note of any individuals who you feel qualify for this award. The call for nominations will be made available during the spring semester.
If you have any questions, please contact us at DisabilityResourceCenter@clayton.edu.