Eckerd College is seeking nominations for the 2015 Alumni Awards.
Do you know an outstanding alumna/us? If so, nominate her or him below.
Nominations must be received by May 31, 2014. Awards will be presented at the Alumni Awards Breakfast on Saturday, March 7, 2015 during Reunion 2015.
Outstanding Young Alumni Award
Awarded to a young alumna/us (defined as a graduate of the last decade) who has shown great promise and accomplishment in his or her chosen profession and/or community, public or humanitarian service.
The Grover C. Wrenn '64 Service Award
Awarded to an alumna/us who has rendered outstanding volunteer service to Eckerd College in any area.
The Suzanne Armacost Alumni Medal for Outstanding Community Service
Awarded to an alumna/us who has demonstrated a clear commitment to serving a larger community through notable volunteerism, an outstanding act of selflessness or a pattern of service to humanitarian efforts and/or causes.
Suzanne Armacost passed away on February 8, 1991, leaving behind a legacy of love and dedication to all who knew her. She was married to former President Peter Armacost and was the mother of four. Her presence and strength were felt on campus and in the community. This award is dedicated to her legacy.
The William H. Kadel Alumni Medal for Outstanding Career Achievement
Awarded to an alumna/us who has demonstrated a clear commitment to excellence in her or his career as evidenced by public recognition, achievement or leadership that positively reflects the College’s vision.
In 1958, William H. Kadel helped found Florida Presbyterian College and then served as president from 1958 to 1968. This was his proudest career achievement until his death on October 14, 1991. Kadel’s mission was to prepare outstanding leaders for every aspect of life. This award is dedicated to his vision.
The McArthur Alumni Award
Awarded to an alumna/us who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in each of the following four areas: career or profession; service to Eckerd; dedication to Church, faith or spirituality; and service to the community.
This award was established by the Board of Trustees to honor the memory of Charles McArthur, an Eckerd trustee from 1967 until his death in June 1973 and chairman of the board from 1971 to 1973. He made possible the McArthur Gymnasium.
All qualified alumni may be nominated for any of the five awards of excellence; however, an alumna/us may be honored with only one award in any given year.
Click here for a list of past recipients.
Please fill out the form entirely. An incomplete form may result in an unsuccessful nomination.