Leadership in Outreach Award
The College of Health and Human Development Outreach Award honors an individual who has made significant leadership contributions to the outreach mission of the College of Health and Human Development or the School of Nursing.
The College recognizes outreach as faculty-led initiatives and activities that generate, transmit, and enhance knowledge between the University and external audiences in the commonwealth, the nation, and the world. Outreach work can take on a number of forms, including but not limited to credit and noncredit instruction, technical assistance, demonstration projects, evaluation studies, and policy analysis.
All full time faculty and staff members in the College of Health and Human Development or the School of Nursing are eligible.
- The candidate has demonstrated leadership in developing, directing, or enhancing outreach activities as part of his/her work for the College.
- The candidate’s outreach work has led to sustainable projects or has made a significant positive impact on those served.
The nomination should include the following:
- A current resume or curriculum vita
- A letter of support (signed by two nominators) that describes the outreach leadership contributions of the candidate
- A statement of support from the department head or school director of the academic unit in which the candidate holds his or her primary appointment.
Selection will be made by a committee appointed by the Dean and the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies and Outreach.
Past recipients are not eligible for a period of five years.
The recipient will receive a monetary award and a plaque.
The deadline for nominations is June 14, 2013.
Completed nomination packets can be submitted by one of these three ways:
College of Health and Human Development
201 Henderson Building
University Park, PA 16802-6501
Kristi Stoehr at email@example.com
Leadership in Outreach Award nomination
|2012||William Buckley, KINES|
|2011||Leann Birch, Center for Childhood Obesity Research|
|2010||Patricia Barthalow Koch, BBH|
|2009||Linda Caldwell, RPTM|
|2008||Mark Greenberg, Prevention Research Center|
|2007||Fred Vondracek, HDFS/Dean’s Office|