Region VI Awards Nominations due July 6!

Sherry Mallory, Region VI Awards Coordinator

June 29, 2018

Each year NASPA recognizes outstanding members by honoring professionals and students through our regional awards. To continue with this tradition, please consider nominating one or more of your Region VI colleagues. Regional award winners will be forwarded for consideration at the national awards level, as applicable.

Each nomination should include a letter of nomination, the requisite number of letters of support, the nominee’s resume and their contact information. Nominations should be submitted online at: The deadline to submit nominations is July 6, 2018. Recipients will be notified in early fall and the presentation of the awards will take place at the 2018 NASPA Western Regional Conference in Sacramento, California (November 8-11).

Awards include

Community College Professional Award

Distinguished Service to the Profession Award

Dorothy Keller New Professional Award

Fred Turner Award for Outstanding Service to NASPA

Graduate Student Rising Star Award

Innovative Program Award

Knowledge Community Award for Collaboration & Visibility

Mid-Level Student Affairs Professional Award

NUFP Champion Award

President’s Award

Sandra Kuchler Excellence in Mentoring Award

Scott Goodnight Award for Outstanding Performance as a Dean/Vice President

Undergraduate Student Rising Star Award

A full description of all awards and a list of past recipients is available on the NASPA Region VI website at


Please consider taking time today to nominate individuals for the difference they’ve made in your life and the lives of the students we serve!

For questions, contact Sherry Mallory, Region VI Awards Coordinator at [email protected]

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