The purpose of the Academy of Faculty Service is to recognize exceptional service to the university beyond a faculty member’s usual responsibilities. Instructional, research, administrative, and professional faculty employees are eligible for inclusion in the Academy of Faculty Service. Please see the Faculty Handbook for additional information.
To be nominated as a member of the Academy of Faculty Service, a faculty member (instructional, research, administrative, or professional) must have:
- Successfully completed their elected or appointed term of office in university governance, or completed the assignment or set of responsibilities associated with a university project (e.g. task force, work group, ad-hoc committee), or
- Made commendable service contributions to the university outside of ongoing formal governance roles; and
- Made a notable, demonstrable, positive impact on the university (as evidenced by letters of support).
- 2015: Diane Zahm, Art Buikema, Jr., Virginia Fowler, Susanna Rinehart; 2014: Sam Easterling, Ken Eriksson, Richard Hirsh, Frances Keene, Gary Long, Joe Merola, Ann Stevens; 1997: Skip Fuhrman, Susan Magliaro; 1996: Michael Lamber, Terry Rakes, Kerry Redican, James McKenna, Thomas Sherman, Richard Fell, Metz Paul; 1995: Davie Beagle; 1994: James Knight, Robert Sumichrast; 1993: Paul Sorrentino; 1992: George Clum, Joseph Falkinham, Sean Arthur; 1991: Leon Geyer; 1990: Ludeman Eng, Dayton Egger, 1989: Rosemary Blieszner, Diana Farkas, Rosemary Goss, Janine Hiller, Richard Bambach; 1986: Joseph Pitt, John Novak, David Parks, Paul Siegel