Criteria: This award is the highest honor the university community can bestow. The recipient of this award will be a member of the community with an exemplary record of sustained and acknowledged contribution to the quality of life on the campus. The candidate's career should be distinguished by a dedication to the fulfillment of the campus' goals and mission, by professional accomplishments, and by campus service. Particular emphasis will be placed on contributions that have had a wide-ranging and enhancing influence on the entire university community.
Eligibility: Any full-time member of the campus community may be nominated for the President's Medal. A nominee must have at least ten years of full-time employment on the campus (in one or more capacities).
Nomination Materials: A letter of nomination should be submitted, clearly indicating why this individual should be so honored and how the individual exemplifies the criteria for this award. A resume, curriculum vitae, or brief biographical sketch of the nominee should accompany the nomination letter. At least two, but no more than three, seconding letters of nomination from outside the primary unit in which the individual is employed may accompany the nomination or may be sent under separate cover. Each nomination should be submitted with a cover sheet listing the name of the nominee, the award for which the individual is being nominated, and the name of the nominator. Nominations submitted in the past two years will automatically be reconsidered; however, updated information is encouraged.
Deadline for Nominations: The deadline for receipt of nominations and supporting materials for the President's Medal is June 16, 2014. Nominations or supporting materials received after that date will not be considered.