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Administrative Leadership Honor

Purpose of the Honor

The Administrative Leadership Honor honors administrators on AGHE member campuses who have made exceptional efforts in support of gerontology and/or geriatrics education. Recipient(s) receive a personalized certificate at the AGHE Business Meeting at the GSA Annual Meeting. 

Recipient(s) receive a framed certificate at the AGHE Business Meeting at the GSA Annual Meeting. This is an honor rather than a competitive award. Those nominated are not required to attend the GSA Annual Meeting.

Submission Period

Summer 2020

Eligibility Criteria

  • Nominees should be administrators above the level of everyday program operation, such as Deans, Provosts, or Presidents.
  • Such individuals must have 'gone the extra mile' to support gerontology and/or geriatrics education on campus.
  • Affiliated with an AGHE institution or GSA member with AGHE designated as a primary or secondary section.

Nomination Process

Required Nomination Packet Materials

  • A single nomination letter signed by at least 3 supporters that includes the following:
    • outline of administrative efforts preformed by the nominee that supported gerontology at nominees institution
    • outline of accomplishments that have been attained by the department/program and/or across the institution in gerontology/geriatrics as a results of the nominee's support 
  • A current Curriculum Vitae with information relevant to the award highlighted.

Nature of the Award

The recipient receives a framed certificate and is recognized during the AGHE Business Meeting of the GSA Annual Meeting. 

Past Recipients

2019  Not Awarded
2018  Joann M. Montepare | Lasell College
2017  John R. Bartle | University of Nebraska, Omaha, J. Kevin Eckert, PhD | University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Danielle N. Ripich | University of New England
2016  * Pinchas Cohen | University of Southern California
2015  Not Awarded
2014  Robbyn R. Wacker | University of Northern Colorado
2013  Judy L. Genshaft | University of South Florida
2012  Nadine A. Coudret | University of Southern Indiana
2011-10 Not Awarded
2009  Tammy M. Bray | Oregon State University
2008   Malinda Orlin | The University of Maryland in Baltimore and Scott Bass | University of Maryland Baltimore County
* Award was changed to an honor in April 2016

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