2014-08-13

Region V Distinguished Service to the Profession Award

This award is conferred in recognition of outstanding contribution to higher education and the profession over an extended period of time. Recipients demonstrate the following:  

  • consistently advocated for the holistic student experience for 7 or more years, with major national and/or international impact;
  • outstanding service to an institution of higher education in NASPA;

  • outstanding service to NASPA at the state, regional, or national level;

  • significant contributions to the field of student affairs;

  • successful implementation of model innovations in the field of student affairs; and

  • exemplary record of service as a mentor for students and for professionals.


Award Information

Deadline: Aug. 19, 2019

Each year Region V recognizes outstanding members by honoring individual professionals with regional awards.  Regional award recipients will be forwarded for consideration for NASPA central awards.

For more information contact:
Jessika Chi, Region V Awards Chair
Reed College
503-517-5065 or chij@reed.edu

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Requirements

Each nomination should include a letter of nomination, at least five support letters, the nominee’s resume and contact information. 



Past Recipients

  • 2015 | Sue Weitz

    - Gonzaga University

  • 2013 | Bruce Pitman

    - University of Idaho

  • 2012 | Art Constantino

    - The Evergreen State College

  • 2011 | Shannon Ellis

    - University of Nevada, Reno

  • 2009 | Patricia Fabiano

    - Western Washington University

  • 2008 | Charlotte Tullos

    - Central Washington University

  • 2007 | Larry Roper

    - Oregon State University

  • 2004 | Susan Mancuso

    - Western Washington University

  • 2003 | Kathleen (Kay) Rich

    - Western Washington University

  • 2000 | Jeremy Stringer

    - Seattle University

  • 1999 | Mack Shirley

    - Ricks College

  • 1998 | Tim Stanaway

    - Oregon Institute of Technology

  • 1998 | Laura Blake Jones

    - University of Oregon

  • 1994 | Russ DeRemer

    - Whitman College

  • 1993 | Harris Shelton

    - University of Alaska, Fairbanks

  • 1992 | Ed Wilkinson

    - Boise State University