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MILDRED M. SELTZER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE RECOGNITION
NOMINATING INFORMATION

PURPOSE OF THE RECOGNITION

The Mildred M. Seltzer Distinguished Service Recognition is presented annually by AGHE to honor colleagues who are near retirement or recently retired.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Recipients are individuals who have been actively involved in AGHE through service on committees, as elected officers, or have provided leadership in one of AGHE's grant-funded projects. At the time of the nomination, the nominee must be affiliated with an AGHE member institution.

SELECTION

All recommendations will be reviewed and recommended by the AGHE Awards Committee with final approval given by the Association's Executive Committee. Multiple recognitions may be given annually.

 

BENEFITS

Recipients are honored at AGHE's annual meeting, will receive certificates of appreciation, and are given life-time subscriptions to the AGHExchange newsletter.
 

NOMINATION PROCESS

AGHE members are encouraged to recommend colleagues for this recognition by notifying the AGHE staff at aghe@aghe.org. For questions about this recognition, contact AGHE at 202.289.9806202.289.9806.
 

The deadline for receipt of nominations is June 3, 2014

 


2014
Harry "Rick" Moody, Ph.D.
AARP
 
Sally M. Newman, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh
 
 
 2013
Alton C. Dubois, Ph.D.
Concordia University Chicago
 
 
2012
William J. McAuley, Ph.D.
George Mason University
 
Leonard W. Poon, Ph.D.
University of Georgia
 
Paul A. Roodin, Ph.D.
 SUNY Oswego
 
 2011
Betty D. Dodson, Ph.D.
 University of Nevada Reno
 
Lisa Groger, Ph.D.
Miami University
 
John A. Krout, Ph.D.
 Ithaca College
  
Betsy M. Sprouse, Ph.D. 
AARP
 
 

 -2010
C. Joanne Grabinski, Ph.D.
 Eastern Michigan University
 
Mary Alice Wolf, Ph.D.
Saint Joseph College

2009
 
 
Stephen J. Cutler, Ph.D.
University of Vermont
 
Althea Taylor-Jones, Ph.D.
Winston-Salem State University
 
2008

John A. Belzer, Ph.D.

University of Oklahoma

Elizabeth B. Douglass, M.A.
University of Maryland Baltimore County

Iris A. Parham, Ph.D.
Virginia Commonwealth University

Novella Perrin, Ph.D.
University of Central Missouri

Charles Schmidtke, Ph.D.
Canisius College
Anthony Traxler, Ph.D.
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville