Kale Rudolph, master instructor of computer information technology at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus, was honored by Community Service Inc. (CSI) for his community service and outstanding contributions to youth at the inaugural CSI Heroes Gala.
The event was held at the University of the Ozarks Rogers Conference Center in April. Proceeds from the gala help support CSI youth programs in Johnson and Franklin counties.
“We are very proud of Kale’s recognition,” said Dr. Michael Murders, chief academic officer at ATU-Ozark. “It is a well-deserved honor recognizing his commitment to teaching, to our local communities, to Altus Rotary and to the local youth programs.”
CSI is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the youth of west central Arkansas by providing quality care specializing in psychiatry, social work, behavioral health, prevention and education, health science and substance abuse since 1958.