Women's Center Announces Recipients of the 2020 Virginia Wolf Distinguished Service Awards
March 24, 2020
The Women’s Center announced the recipients of the 2020 Virginia Wolf Distinguished Service Awards. This year’s honorees are: Samragyee Gautam (Student Award), Leontina Hormel (Faculty/Staff Award) and Maureen Taylor Regan (Community Member Award). Virginia (Ginny) Wolf was a professor of physical education at U of I from 1964-82. Wolf took an active role in addressing issues affecting women on campus, including chairing the U of I Women’s Caucus and helping to launch the campaign that brought about the establishment of a permanent Women’s Center. The award was created in 2002 to recognize individuals who demonstrate a level of commitment and activism similar to Wolf’s almost 50 years ago. Learn more about the honorees.
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