This award was created in 1982 and recognizes living alumni who have a distinguished record of achievement and service in his/her specialized area of endeavor, thus bringing honor and recognition to the University. Nominations may not be submitted for persons currently holding or running for a state or national political office. Consideration will be given to a distinguished record of achievement and service, including: career accomplishments; service to their career organizations; voluntary efforts in charitable causes; efforts which have improved the cultural, social, political or economic well-being of society; prior recognition and honors; and artistic, innovative or technical accomplishments.
Nominations for this award are due to the Office of Alumni Relations by August 1
each year. For more information, please contact the office at (208) 885-6154 or email@example.com
Brent Keeth '82 & '96
Tim Woodward '71
Charlotte Hill '77 -
(to be recognized March 23, 2013 in Moscow, Idaho)