The deadline is Dec. 31 to submit nominations for the 2014 Heritage Award at Youngstown State University.
The award, started in 1981, recognizes former YSU faculty and professional/administrative staff who have made major contributions to the university during their years of service. Nominees are reviewed by a 16-person Heritage Award Committee comprised of representatives from each college, the administration, alumni and the YSU Retirees Association. Nominees are initially eligible to be selected for inclusion in the Heritage Register and are, in subsequent years, eligible for consideration to receive the Heritage Award.
Nominees must be former members of the faculty (full-time or part-time) or former (full-time) professional/administrative staff that has been separated from the university for a minimum of one year at the time of the nomination, with no further expectancy of paid employment by the university. Nominees may be living or deceased.
Award recipients are honored with plaques mounted on the wall of the concourse of Maag Library. Sixty-five awards have been given since the program was initiated.The nomination form and the names of all past Heritage Award recipients are available on the YSU Human Resources website at www.ysu.edu/hr under “Employee Recognition.”
For further information, contact Linda D. Moore at 330-941-2137 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Nomination forms must be received by Moore no later than Dec. 31.