Diversity
Holloway Hall

President’s 2013 Diversity Award

2012 Award Recipients

2011 Diversity Award Recipients
Dave Gutoskey, Marianna Cerulli, Vanice Antrum, Barbara Montgomery Davis,
SU President Janet Dudley-Eshbach, Dr. James King, Moushumi Chakraborty,
and Cherita Richards.

Previous Award Recipients

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Recognizing and Celebrating Our Achievements!

How do I nominate someone?
The nomination process is simple. Simply draft a letter or an email that includes the following:
  1. Name and position of the person you are nominating
  2. Ways that nominee has  contributed to ongoing diversity efforts at SU
  3. Any other reasons you believe that they deserve recognition

Please add specific examples of their efforts, e.g., committees they’ve served on, programs they have initiated, or other examples of the work that they have done to forward and promote diversity on our campus.

Nominations should be submitted to the Office of Diversity, no later than Monday, April 8, 2013. Each award recipient will receive a $200 award and a plaque at a special ceremony and reception scheduled for Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Please submit a nomination and plan to join us for the awards ceremony later in April. Thank you!

 

Since 2007, the President and the Office of Diversity have honored the achievements and service of members of the campus community who make extraordinary contributions to promote the appreciation and understanding of cultural diversity at Salisbury University.

In recognition of President Janet Dudley-Eshbach’s commitment to enhanced diversity, the award has been renamed the “President’s Diversity Award.”

At this time, we would like to invite nominations for the 2013 awards. All members of the campus community are encouraged to submit a nomination and acknowledge colleagues and students who demonstrate tireless commitment to supporting and advancing SU’s institutional diversity goals.

Each award recipient receives a $200 award and a plaque. To celebrate the work of the honorees, a ceremony will be held on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. At the ceremony, President Dudley-Eshbach will present the awards to the recipients.

Who is eligible to be nominated?

STUDENT – A student award winner is someone who exemplifies the University’s diversity goals by actively supporting cultural diversity through his or her involvement with diverse individuals and groups, and takes action to promote meaningful interaction among diverse groups of people to improve the social and educational campus climate.

     Undergraduate:

  • Enrolled in at least 12 credit hours
  • Cumulative GPA 2.5
  • Sophomore, junior or senior

     Graduate:

  • Enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
  • Cumulative GPA 3.25
  • Completed 1 year at the University

STAFF - A staff award winner is someone who exemplifies the University’s diversity goals by actively supporting cultural diversity through his or her involvement with diverse individuals and groups, and takes action to promote meaningful interaction among diverse groups of people to improve the social and educational campus climate.

Non-Exempt (Administrative Assistant, Skilled Staff, Craft and Service/Maintenance)

  • Employed for 2 years or more

Exempt (Professional Staff) • Position below Department Head/Director level

  • Employed for 3 years or more

Exempt (Executive/Administrator)

  • Position at Department Head level or above
  • Employed for 5 years or more

FACULTY - A faculty award winner is someone who exemplifies the University’s diversity goals by being sensitive to the different needs of a diverse environment and promotes diversity through course content and pedagogy. A faculty award winner is someone who actively supports cultural diversity through his or her involvement with diverse individuals and groups, and takes action to promote meaningful interaction among diverse groups of people to improve the social and educational campus climate.

Faculty/Librarian (Full-time Tenure or Non-tenure Track)

  • Employed for 3 years or more

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