INSIDE BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY
Applications accepted for 2004 Foundation Awards
The Division of Student Affairs and the University Foundation are accepting applications for the 2004 Foundation Awards. Any member of the University community may nominate a student.
Eligible seniors include those who completed their studies in August or December 2003, as well as those graduating in May. To make a nomination, submit a typed statement citing specific accomplishments and activities. In addition, a resume for each nominee is required.
Rishel-Searles Memorial Award, a $100 award to a graduating senior who has demonstrated academic excellence and service to the University and/or community.
Award for Outstanding Performance in Extra-Curricular Areas (outside athletics), a $100 award to a graduating senior who has shown outstanding performance and leadership in extra-curricular activities.
1986 Senior Class Award, a $100 award funded by the class of 1986 to a graduating senior who has exhibited a strong involvement in campus activities and who has maintained a B average or equivalent.
Nell Jackson Award, an engraved silver bowl and a $100 award to a graduating senior with a strong academic record and a strong commitment to campus or community service. Preference goes to a female minority individual.
Mary Richardson Award, a $100 award to the student organization that has contributed most to student life; the award will be presented during the XCELsior Awards on Thursday, April 29.
Henrietta L. Pitler Award for Scholarship and Leadership, an engraved silver bowl to a graduating female senior who has excelled as a scholar and as a student leader.
Kent and Barbara Turner Award for Volunteer Service, a $400 award to a graduating senior involved in volunteer service of high quality in the Broome County area.
David L. Anderson Award for Student Excellence, a $100 award to a graduating senior who has demonstrated excellence in character by improving the quality of life for Binghamton students through student development activities, being active in community service, and participating in and contributing to campus organizations.