|PURPOSE OF THE AWARD
The Administrative Leadership Award is given out on an occasional basis as outstanding candidates are identified. It honors administrators on AGHE member campuses who have made exceptional efforts in support of gerontology or geriatrics education.
Nominees should be administrators above the level of everyday program operation, such as Deans, Provosts, or Presidents. Such individuals must have 'gone the extra mile' to support gerontology or geriatrics education on campus. At the time of the nomination, the nominee must be affiliated with an AGHE member institution.
Nominees will be reviewed and an awardee will recommended by the AGHE Awards Committee with final approval given by the Association's Executive Committee.
The awardee will be recognized and receive a certificate at the annual AGHE meeting (if in attendance) and recognized in the annual conference book of an appropriate higher education organization. The recipient(s) will be invited to attend AGHE's annual conference at their own expense.
To be considered for the award, the nominator must submit, via email, a nominations packet that includes a primary letter of nomination, a minimum of two and a maximum of four supporting letters of nomination, and a copy of the nominee's curriculum vitae. Only electronic submissions will be reviewed. If at all possible, the nomination packet should be in the form of one, pdf-ed file that includes all of the required material. Nomination packets should be sent to AGHE at email@example.com. The deadline for receipt of nominations is June 3, 2014. For questions about this award, please contact the AGHE office at (202) 289-9806(202) 289-9806(202) 289-9806 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The nominator may want to consider whether to keep the nomination confidential from the nominee.
Robbyn R. Wacker, PhD
Provost and Professor
University of Northern Colorado
Judy L. Genshaft, PhD
Chief Executive Officer of USF System
University of South Florida
Nadine A. Coudret, EdD
Dean, College of Nursing and Health Professions
Professor of Nursing
University of Southern Indiana
Tammy M. Bray, PhD
Executive Dean, Division of Health Sciences
Dean, College of Health & Human Sciences
Oregon State University
Vice-President for Academic Affairs & Dean, Graduate School
The University of Maryland in Baltimore
Scott Bass, PhD
Dean of the Graduate School and Vice-President for Research
University of Maryland Baltimore County