Region VI Mid-Level Student Affairs Professional Award
The Mid-Level Student Affairs Professional Award honors a member with at least five (5) years of experience as a full-time in student affairs professional who has made significant contributions to their campus, the profession, and NASPA. Nominees must also demonstrate expertise in creating campus environments that promote student learning and development, and have professional responsibility for the direction, oversight, and/or supervision of one or more student affairs functional areas and/or one or more professional staff members.
- A minimum of five (5) years of experience as a full-time student affairs professional at an institution of higher education in Region VI
- Demonstrated expertise in creating campus environments that promote student learning and development
- Professional responsibility for the direction, oversight, and/or supervision of one or more student affairs functional areas and/or one or more professional staff members
- Active individual NASPA membership and volunteer service to NASPA via leadership roles at the state, regional, national, and/or international level
- Outstanding individual contributions in innovative and responsive services and/or programs that address the varied and emerging needs of students (preferred)
- Current employment at an institution of higher education within NASPA Region VI
Nominating someone is easy! One person should coordinate the submission and follow these steps.
STEP 1: Write a letter of nomination
STEP 2: Collect two (2) letters of support and a copy of the nominee’s resume.
STEP 3: The person coordinating the nomination should gather the nomination materials then go online to submit. You must upload all of the information at the same time. This person should then submit the nomination letter, letters of support online.
STEP 4: Submit the nomination by the published deadline!
Questions? Sherry Mallory, Nominations and Awards Co-Chair, at [email protected].
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View All Current Recipients
2017 | Klint Jaramillo
2016 | Laura Igram-Edwards
- Biola University
2015 | Elizabeth Zavala
- California State University, Fullerton
2014 | Chris Hutchinson
- Chapman University
2013 | Ginger Reyes
- California State University, Channel Islands
2012 | Joy Hoffman
- Whittier College
2011 | Serjio Acevedo
- University of the Pacific
2010 | Faraah Mullings
- Mount St. Mary’s College
2009 | César Figueroa
- University of California, San Diego
2008 | Christine Quemuel
- University of Hawaiʻi, Mānoa
2007 | Mylon Kirksy
- University of the Pacific
2006 | Cedric Hackett
- Santa Monica College and California State University, Northridge
2004 | Kenneth Kelly
- California State University, Long Beach