The Distinguished Faculty Governance Award
Faculty members who consistently place University-wide interests on the same level as personal career and departmental interests represent a scarce resource that all faculty members treasure. Their concern with the general welfare protects and nourishes our individual welfare. The kinds of corporate activity these University citizens take on give us a secure sense of collective conscience. Faculty governance is the arena in which these citizens serve, and it is faculty government through the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs that recognizes their accomplishments with this award.
The Distinguished Faculty Governance Award was established by SACUA in 1986 and is funded by the Alumni Association. The criterion for the award is distinguished service to faculty governance over several years with an emphasis on university-wide service.
Current SACUA members are ineligible, as are those members from the immediate past year. All members of the University Senate (assistant, associate and full professors, research scientists, and librarians who are Senate Members) are eligible.
To assist SACUA in the selection of the award recipient we request that you submit a short statement describing the nominee's service to faculty governance and details of any accomplishments related to that service. Please send nominations, supporting statements, and the names, titles, and addresses of both nominee and the nominator to email@example.com by April 30, 2013.
If you have any questions about the award or the nomination process, please contact the Faculty Senate Office at 764-0303. Thank you for your participation.
The deadline for submission of the Awards Nomination is April 30, 2013.
|Past Award Recipients|
|2012||Michael Thouless, Engineering|
|2011||David Potter, Classical Studies, LSA|
|2010||Stanley Berent, Medicine|
Bruce Frier, Law & LSA
|2008||Semyon Meerkov, Engineering|
|2007||Fred Askari, Medicine|
George Brewer, Medicine
|2006||William D. Ensminger, Medicine|
|2005||Cynthia Luz Marcelo, Medicine|
|2004||Louis G. D'Alecy, Medicine|
William W. Schultz, Engineering
|2003||Charles B. Smith, Medicine|
|2002||Alphonse R. Burdi, Medicine|
|2001||Jackie Lawson, UM-Dearborn|
Ron Lomax, Engineering
|2000||Thomas Dunn, Chemistry, LSA (Emeritus)|
|1999||Sheila Feld, Social Work|
John T. Lehman, Biology, LSA
|1998||Thomas E. Moore, Biology, LSA|
|1997||Beth Glover Reed, Social Work|
|1996||Theodore J. St. Antoine, Law|
|1995||Gayl D. Ness, Sociology, LSA|
|1994||Peggie J. Hollingsworth, Pharmacology|
|1993||Donald R. Brown, Psychology, LSA|
|1992||Claude A. Eggertsen, Education (Emeritus)|
|1991||Daniel E. Moerman, Anthropology, UM-Dearborn|
|1990||Wilbert J. McKeachie, Psychology, LSA|
William C. Stebbins, Medicine
|1989||Donald R. Deskins, Jr., Sociology, LSA|
|1998||Cecil Nesbitt, Mathematics, LSA|
|1987||Ralph A. Loomis, English, LSA|
|1986||Janice B. Lindberg, Nursing|
Wilfred Kaplan, Mathematics, LSA