The Distinguished Achievement Award
The Committee on the Celebration of Excellence Among Women is accepting nominations for the 2013-2014 Distinguished Achievement Award. The Distinguished Achievement Award is awarded to a staff and faculty member who has distinguished herself or himself and the University through her or his accomplishments. The award is given for an outstanding achievement or a lifetime record of service or achievement. The recipient may be affiliated with any part of the University. Candidates should have significant years of service within the University community in a professional or service capacity;their contributions should demonstrate significant impact through attributes such as leadership, innovation, and/or subject matter expertise; and should be considered role models for women and/or girls. The award complements other honors offered at this University by considering individuals in all areas of endeavor who have made a significant contribution at the local, national, or international level. The award will be granted at the Annual Celebration of Excellence and Achievement Among Women on April 10, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. in the Second Floor Ball Room, IMU.
To submit a nomination for the award, please complete the nomination form or call 335-6148 for a faxed copy of the form. Please return nomination materials to Jan Warren via email to email@example.com no later than February 7, 2014. The members of this year's nominating committee for the Distinguished Achievement Award are: Alejandra Almazan, Linda Bolton, Sue Buckley, Carolyn Colvin, Marcella David, Monique DiCarlo, Mei-ling Joiner, Tong Li, Pat Mason-Browne, Jennifer Modestou, Michelene Pesantubbee, Tarrell Portman, Cheryl Reardon, Sharon Tucker, Jan Warren and Rachel Williams.
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