College of Health and Human Development and
College of Nursing Awards
Sponsored by the College of Health and Human Development Alumni Society.
Nominations are currently being accepted for the following awards.
Faculty and Staff Awards
Carol Clark Ford Staff Achievement Award
The Carol Clark Ford Staff Achievement Award recognizes outstanding achievement by a staff member, clerical employee, or technical service employee of the college who “makes it easier for others to accomplish their objectives effectively and efficiently.”
Diversity Achievement Award
The Diversity Achievement Award honors a faculty or staff member in the College of Health and Human Development or College of Nursing who has made sustained and significant contributions to fostering diversity at Penn State or in the college.
Evan G. and Helen G. Pattishall Outstanding Research Achievement Award
The Pattishall Outstanding Research Achievement Award honors a tenured or tenure-track faculty member’s outstanding research contributions occurring or culminating within the past several years.
Evelyn R. Saubel Faculty Award
The Evelyn R. Saubel Faculty Award honors a faculty member committed to human service who is an accessible adviser in both academic and career decisions; who demonstrates a caring, professional style; and who symbolizes college values.
HHD Alumni Society Excellence in Teaching Award
The Excellence in Teaching Award honors a college faculty member’s excellence in teaching and contributions to the art of teaching.
Leadership in Outreach Award
The Leadership in Outreach Award honors an individual who has made significant leadership contributions to the outreach mission of the college.
Pauline Schmitt Russell Distinguished Research Career Award
The Pauline Schmitt Russell Distinguished Research Career Award honors a senior faculty member who has made outstanding research contributions to the field across a major portion of his or her career.
Small Project Grants
The Awards Committee of the College of Health and Human Development Alumni Society Board annually accepts proposals seeking funding for small projects. The committee will consider all applications and make funding recommendations to the Dean of the college, who will give final approval. A total of $1,000 is available annually. Your budget may be greater, but the maximum grant awarded for each project will be $500, or $125 for a student presentation.
Read details about small project grants.
Nomination deadline March 21, 2014