Alumni Awards Nominations
Thank you for your interest in nominating a Puget Sound alumna or alumnus for a distinguished alumni award. Please review the descriptions below to guide your nominations and please provide as much information as possible regarding your nomination. Note that the Name of Nominee and Nominator's E-mail fields are required in this form. If nominating more than one alumnus, please complete a separate form for each person you wish to nominate. Your nomination remains current for three years. The selection committee will use your nomination as the basis for its decision. Please make sure you include as much information as possible on why the nominee is deserving of this honor.
Final selections are made by the Alumni Council Awards and Nominating Committee. Those chosen must be able to attend the awards ceremony at Summer Reunion Weekend, June 6 - 9, 2014.
Award categories include:
- Professional Achievement Award
This award is given to alumni whose professional career and work exemplify the intellectual curiosity, active inquiry, and reasoned independence that a Puget Sound education develops. Recipients have gained national and/or international recognition in their careers in a manner that reflects positively on the university.
- Service to Community Award
This award is presented to alumni whose commitment, skill, and dedication have had a significant impact in their communities. Through voluntary service in artistic, recreational, educational, human service, or other worthy organizations, recipients of this award better the quality of life around them.
- Service to Puget Sound Award
This award is presented to a volunteer who has demonstrated extraordinary service to Puget Sound. Whether their alumni service includes involvement in the Alumni Council volunteer network, or with academic or other university departments, these alumni have left an indelible mark on the university.
- Young Logger Service Award
This award is presented to a current student or recent graduate (within the past 10 years) whose contributions have resulted in programming that inspires young Loggers (alumni and/or current students) to engage more deeply in the rich alumni traditions and spirit of Puget Sound.