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Summer 2001

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Nominations sought

     Each year, the alumni association honors outstanding alumni with awards for high professional or personal achievement and for valued service to Skidmore. You can help the awards committee by sending nominations and letters of support, by October 8, to Vincent Catalano ’83, Awards Committee Chair, c/o Alumni Office, Skidmore College; fax 518-580-5668; or nominate@skidmore.edu. Your remarks should describe the candidate’s strengths, honors, accomplishments, and/or involvement with Skidmore; if possible, also include copies of résumés or publications, as well as names and addresses of others who can offer information about the nominee. The awards are:

Distinguished Achievement Award, honoring an alumna/us who graduated at least ten years ago and who has translated her or his Skidmore experience into distinguished achievement through professional work and/or community service. The recipient must return to campus to accept the award during Reunion 2002.

Outstanding Service Award, honoring up to five members of the Skidmore community who have demonstrated outstanding service to the college. Each recipient must have served Skidmore for at least ten years as alumna/us, trustee, faculty member, administrator, staff, parent, or friend. Alumni recipients must be members of a reunion-celebrating class—for the upcoming year, that’s the class years ending in 2 or 7.

Alumni Periclean Scholar Award, honoring an alumna/us who has achieved distinction in a field related to the intellectual and creative purposes of the Periclean society and the liberal arts and sciences mission of Skidmore College. The recipient must have a continuing concern for the Skidmore community and must return to campus to accept the award at the Periclean induction ceremony during Family Weekend next October.

Palamountain Award for Young Alumni Achievement, honoring one alumna/us who graduated from one to ten years ago and who has utilized her or his Skidmore education in a quest for excellence demonstrated by personal achievement. The recipient must have a continuing concern for the Skidmore community and must return to campus to accept the award during Volunteer Weekend next April.

David H. Porter Award for Young Alumni Volunteerism, honoring one alumna/us who graduated from one to ten years ago and who has provided outstanding service to the college. Service may be evidenced through a variety of forms. The recipient must return to campus to accept the award during Volunteer Weekend next April.

 


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