Call for Nominations - University Awards
The University Awards Committee annouces a call for nominations for Honorary Degrees, University Distinguished Faculty Awards and Order of Pacific for the 2013-14 Academic Year. Note that the Order of Pacific deadline has been extended to January 22.
Honorary degrees are awarded to individuals with a distinguished career in their field and a national reputation for exemplary achievement and service. Nominations may be made by the President, Deans, or any member of the University Board of Regents.
University Distinguished Faculty Award
This award is given each year to a tenured faculty member for outstanding accomplishments in any or all of the following areas: teaching, research and creative endeavors and service to the University.
Nominations for the Honorary Degree or the University Distinguished Faculty award are due to the Office of the Provost no later than Friday, November 1, to the attention of the University Awards Committee. Download additional information and submission guidelines>>
Order of Pacific
This award was established by the Board of Regents in 1952 and is the highest award the University can give. It is intended to honor members of the University regents, faculty, administration and staff who have given distinguished service and made outstanding contributions to the University over a significant number of years. It is awarded to express the University's esteem and appreciation for the recipient's dedication to the University. The award recognizes an individual's career of achievements and is awarded at the termination of a person's direct connection to the University. To be considered, nominees will usually have a minimum of 15 years of service to the University.
Nominations for the Order of Pacific are due to the Office of the President no later than Wednesday, January 22, to the attention of the University Awards Committee. Download additional information and submission guidelines>>
Questions may be directed to the members of the University Awards Committee:
Elizabeth Graham, College of the Pacific
Giulio Ongaro, Conservatory of Music
Gene Pearson, College of the Pacific
Joanna Royce-Davis, Dean of Students
Simalee Smith-Stubblefield, Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences