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Awards / Honors

Seeking nominations for 2009-2010 Distinguished Admin. Professional Award

February 23, 2010

The Administrative Professional Council invites nominations for the 2009-2010 Distinguished Administrative Professional Award. Winners will be presented at the University's annual Celebrate Colorado State Awards! event on April 27, 2010.

Meritorious and outstanding achievement

This annual award recognizes administrative professionals with continuing meritorious and outstanding achievement in the areas of outreach, teaching, administration, and/or research at CSU.

A maximum of four award recipients will be selected, and each will receive a commemorative plaque and an award of $1,000. Nominators should keep in mind that, while they know their nominee and their nominee’s work, individuals evaluating the nominations might not; please adequately describe how the nominee’s performance fits the selection criteria.

If you have nominated an administrative professional who in the past was not selected for the Award, you are encouraged to re-nominate that individual. A past recipient of a Distinguished Administrative Professional Award is not eligible to receive a second award within five years.

More information

For more information, instructions, forms and sample nominations are available for download at the AP Council website at or call Linda Wardlow at (970) 491-5257.

Questions regarding the preparation of the nomination package can be directed to Judy Brobst at (970) 491-1190 or e-mail judy.brobst@colostate.edu or Joann Cornell at (970) 491- 4641 or e-mail joann.cornell@colostate.edu.

Nominations must be received by 5 p.m. Friday, March 5, 2010, in electronic format, via e-mail to:

Linda Wardlow
linda.wardlow@colostate.edu
Subject: "Nomination for Distinguished Administrative Professional Award"


Contact: Judy Brobst
E-mail: judy.brobst@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-1190