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Alumni Award Nomination Form

Alumni awards are presented for distinguished achievement in a career field, service to society and service to the college and are conferred each year during Reunion.

Nominations are due by September 1st preceding the recipient’s Reunion year.

Because many alumni are nominated each year, we ask that you share background information on the nominee and keep this process confidential. Candidates are researched by the Lawrence University Alumni Association nominations and awards committee. A member of this group may contact you for additional information.

The Lucia Russell Briggs Distinguished Achievement Award

This award is presented to an alumnus or alumna of Lawrence University or Milwaukee-Downer College after his or her 20th cluster reunion, for outstanding contributions and achievements in a career field. To be eligible, a candidate's achievements should be supported by suitable awards, publications, memberships, leadership positions, career development, and peer recommendations, as well as a national reputation. The award is named after Lucia R. Briggs, president of Milwaukee-Downer College and one of the most beloved and influential figures in the college's history.

The Nathan M. Pusey Young Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award

This award is presented to an alumnus or alumna of Lawrence University celebrating his or her 20th cluster reunion or younger, for significant contributions and achievements in a career field. To be eligible, a candidate's achievements should be supported by some but not necessarily all of the following: awards, publications, memberships, leadership positions, career development, and peer recommendations. In addition, the candidate should have established at least a regional reputation based on his or her achievements. The award is named after Nathan M. Pusey, the tenth and youngest president of Lawrence College, an exemplary figure in higher education in the 20th century.

The George B. Walter '36 Service to Society Award

This award is presented to recognize alumni of Lawrence University or Milwaukee-Downer College who best exemplify the ideals of a liberal education through socially useful service in their community, the nation, and/or the world. This award honors George B. Walter '36, alumnus, faculty member, educator, and dean of men, whose work at the college and beyond promoted his conviction that every individual can and should make a positive difference in her or his world.

The Gertrude Breithaupt Jupp M-D'18 Outstanding Service Award

This award is presented to an alumnus or alumna of Lawrence University or Milwaukee-Downer College after his or her 20th cluster reunion, who has provided outstanding service to Lawrence University. This award honors Gertrude Breithaupt Jupp M-D'18, voted Milwaukee-Downer alumna of the year in 1964 for her long-standing service to the college, which included serving as president of the Alumnae Association Board, class secretary, and public relations officer.

The Marshall B. Hulbert '26 Young Alumni Outstanding Service Award

This award is presented to an alumnus or alumna of Lawrence University celebrating his or her 20th cluster reunion or younger, who has provided significant service to the college. This award honors Marshall Brandt Hulbert '26, known as "Mr. Lawrence," who made contributions to thousands of Lawrentian lives and served the University in many significant capacities for 54 years.

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Describe why you believe this nominee is qualified to receive an alumni award from the Lawrence University Alumni Association.  Please give consideration to the following criteria:

  1. Significance of contributions.  A candidate's achievements should be recognized on a national or international level and be supported by some but not necessarily all of the following: awards, publications, memberships, leadership positions, career development, and peer recommendations.
  2. Breadth of contributions.  A candidate’s achievements should extend beyond job expectations and exemplify the ideals of a liberal education through responsible and meaningful citizenship their community, the nation, and/or the world.
  3. Ongoing loyalty, dedication and participation in advancing the programs and mission of Lawrence University.

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