Robert W. Clopton Award Nominations Due

January 31, 8:00am - 4:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall 107 Add to Calendar

The Robert W. Clopton Award recognizes outstanding service by a University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa faculty member to the non-University community. Its purpose is to recognize Mānoa faculty members who have accepted a socially significant role as intellectual leaders and exemplars beyond the campus and who have applied both their specialized and generalized academic preparation and interests to the improvement of the community and society in general. Nomination is by petition and may be made by anyone within or outside the University. A nomination should be submitted with statements of justification from at least three persons. Appropriate documents supporting the nomination and detailing the candidate's contributions should be submitted along with a curriculum vitae. Selection of one person to receive the Award will be made from among the nominees by the Robert W. Clopton Award Committee.

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Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support, Mānoa Campus

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