Feb. 1, 2017
It’s time to submit nominations for UNT’s Presidential Awards: UNT Community Award, the Special Recognition Award and the Bob Rogers Service and Community Engagement Award. Nominations are being accepted through March 3.
Learn more about the two awards for students:
- The UNT Community Award is open to students, faculty and staff nominees who have demonstrated outstanding service within the UNT community. If you know someone on campus who has enriched the UNT experience through servant-leadership and consistent and meaningful involvement in the campus community, please take the time to nominate them today.
- The Special Recognition Award also honors students, faculty, and staff. Nominees for this award have provided outstanding service through momentous or unique talent that has enriched the university and resulted in infectious UNT pride. If this describes someone you know, please show appreciation for their efforts by nominating them for this award.
While students are not eligible to receive the Bob Rogers Service and Community Engagement Award, they may nominate faculty and staff members. The award is given to a faculty or staff member whose talent, dedication, passion and community service enhances both UNT and the greater community and helps them maintain strong bonds. The distinct and required characteristic of the recipient is a genuine attitude of selfless service, kindness and joy. If you know someone who deserves this honor, please nominate them today.
Nominations will be reviewed after the March 3 deadline and the awards committee will select the final recipients. These awards will be presented to student recipients at Honors Day on April 21, to staff recipients at Staff Appreciation Luncheon on March 30 and to faculty recipients at the Salute to Faculty Excellence Dinner in the fall.