Excellence in Professional Service
Office Managing the Award Process: Office of Academic Programs with Deans and Directors. Information received from Provost's Office, SUNY Albany.
Date of Announcement: Late November
Deadline for Submission: Nomination Memo - Late December. Final Dossier - Early February
Eligibility: Nominations for the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service are drawn from individuals presently serving in full-time, professional service (not classified service) capacities in which more than 50 percent of their assignment is in non-teaching services. Specific categories encompassed by this award are: academic administration, business affairs, student affairs, institutional support technologies, instructional and research support technologies, and directors of the campus libraries. Nominees must have completed at least three years of continuous, full-time, professional service (not classified service) in the position for which they are nominated.
Recipients of an Excellence Award may not, at any time, be re-nominated for an award in the same category; and they may not be nominated for another Excellence Award in any other category within a 10-year period. Posthumous nominations are ineligible. Other exclusions can be found in the Call for Nominations.
Specifics: Nominees for this award must transcend the normal definition of excellence by repeatedly seeking to improve themselves, their campuses, and ultimately, the State University. At all position levels, nominees shall be those individuals who can serve as professional role models for a University system in the pursuit of excellence. A summary of accomplishments (limited to a maximum of 5 pages) and a curriculum vitae (CV) are required for nominations.
Presented at: Dean's Awards Dinner
Previous Awardees of SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service Since 1990
William N. Alberta
Donald C. Burgett
John M. Finamore
David O. Watkins, Jr.
Richard A. Church
Jane W. McGonigal
Michael W. Duttweiler
Daryle E. Foster
Gary C. Bergstrom
John G. Whitcomb
Donna J. Updike
Lisa A. Ryan
Lawrence Van De Valk, LEAD New York Program
Glenn J. Applebee, Cornell Cooperative Extension
Susan L. Haslett, CALS Dean's Office
Janet A. McCue, Mann Library
Kent E. Loeffler, Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology
Ann M. Bianchi, Communication
Jonathan Corson-Rikert, Mann Library
Sarah Gould, Natural Resources
Janelle R. Tauer, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
|2015||Ann LaFave, CALS Office of Academic Programs|
|2016||Margaret H. Ferguson, CALS Office of Finance and Administration|
|2017||April Kampney, Landscape Architecture|
|2018||Pamela Tan, CALS Admissions|
|Andy Vail, School of Integrative Plant Science|
|2019||Lorraine Barry, AgriTech|
|2020||Matthieu Stratton, Food Science|
|2021||Jennifer Majka, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management|