Nomination deadline is 5 pm., Friday, February 26, 2016.
The Student Crest Awards Ceremony is by invitation, Wednesday, April 6, 2016, in the LBC Kendall-Cram Room.
The Student Crest Awards are a unified campus recognition of the efforts and achievements of students outside of the classroom. These awards are sponsored annually by the Division of Student Affairs and recognize students for demonstrating excellence in leadership, scholarship and community service, as well as initiative and promise in campus leadership. Nominations are made by students, faculty and staff. For more information, contact Associate Director of Student Programs Daphne Everhart.
Leland P. Bennett Student Employee Award
Former Director of the Lavin-Bernick Center Leland Bennett worked with many student workers, mentoring them and helping them learn from their work. This award honors one student in the Division of Student Affairs who has consistently put great effort into his or her work as a student employee and has contributed significantly to the processes and functions of the department in which he or she is employed.
Emerging Student Leader Award
This award recognizes up to five freshman and/or sophomore students who have demonstrated outstanding involvement and initiative and promise in leadership on campus
Exemplary Practice Award
This award recognizes the efforts and achievements of up to three individual student organizations. The award recognizes student groups that demonstrate exemplary skill, creativity and resourcefulness in preparation, program delivery and evaluation of a specific organizational event/program.
Gary Lawton Fretwell Award
This award, named for the former Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Gary Fretwell, recognizes one graduate and one undergraduate student who have served in leadership roles within student organizations and through this involvement have contributed to the growth and success of the organization as well as the development of other students.
Dean Donald R. Moore Award
This award, named for the former Dean of Students Don Moore, recognizes one graduate and one undergraduate student who have served in significant leadership positions during the year, demonstrated an effective approach to leadership and exhibit exceptional character.
Daniel P. Nadler Award
This award is named for the former Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Dan Nadler. His integrity and his encouragement of and respect for others are greatly appreciated by both students and colleagues. This award honors up to two junior students who have shown outstanding involvement and initiative as student leaders. The nominees will have contributed greatly to campus life, shown care for others and contributed to the success of a student organization, as well as demonstrated great integrity and encouragement of and respect for others.
James F. Kilroy Provost's Award
This award, named for Tulane University provost from 1990 to 1996 James Kilroy, recognizes one outstanding graduating graduate student and one outstanding undergraduate senior who have excelled scholastically, have distinguished records of involvement, and have excelled in the area of student leadership on campus.
Service & Leadership Award
This award recognizes one graduate and one undergraduate student who have made significant contributions to the New Orleans community through the combination of outstanding community service and leadership.
John H. Stibbs Memorial Award
The John H. Stibbs Memorial Award was established as an endowed fund, the income of which shall be used to recognize an outstanding undergraduate student-citizen for outstanding dedication to Tulane University life.
In addition to the nominator's recommendation, this award requires nominated students to submit a written essay addressing the following question:
How would you define "student-citizen" and how have you exemplified that role within the Tulane community?"
Student Organization Advisor of the Year Award
This award will be given annually to recognize an advisor who has demonstrated commitment to the students he or she advises, desires to spread the message of the group he or she oversees, and attempts to promote an atmosphere conducive to education and leadership development.
Martha H. Sullivan Student Organization of the Year Award
Former Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Martha Sullivan was a strong advocate for student organizations and their members. Martha was respected and beloved by the students she worked with and they and their organizations enjoyed her full support and encouragement. This award is given annually to recognize a student organization that has been a leader among the more than 200 recognized student organizations at Tulane University.
Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-314-2188 email@example.com