Scholar of the Year 2014
The Scholar of the Year Award is given each year to recognize and emphasize excellence in scholarship. Other service and student activity involvement may become a consideration in the selection process, but the main emphasis will be on scholarly achievement.
The dean is to appoint a committee with students, faculty, and administrative representation to select an outstanding student scholar from each college. The Robins Award Committee will then appoint a committee to select the AScholar of the Year@ from the eight college nominees. The person is recognized at the annual Robins Award.
The nominee should be receiving a bachelor=s degree at this year=s commencement exercises.
The recipient shall have participated in the following manner:
- Achieved outstanding academic success.
- Inspired other students through exemplary conduct.
- Developed interest and expertise outside of academic area.
- Made a significant, lasting contribution to the department, college, general campus, and community.
- Exhibited traits of maturity, sincerity, and dependability.
- Been well-liked by students, faculty, and staff.
- Developed personal talents and abilities in a significant manner.
- Furthered personal and professional goals through widespread academic, social, and extra-curricular involvement.
In order to provide greater uniformity in the nomination materials provided to the Committee, the following must be prepared, with a maximum of 15 pages total length, approximately 12 pt. font. Materials must be submitted as a single indexed pdf file.
- A nomination letter from the Dean of the college.
- Transcript of credits.
- Summary of academic and extra-curricular involvement at Utah State University and in the community.
- One letter of support from a professor.
- Contact information for the nominee (phone and/or e-mail address).
Please submit materials to the Office of the Vice President for Student Services before 14 February 2014 by e-mailing Suzanne Thorpe at email@example.com.
Scholar of the Year Recipients
Brooke Siler, Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, 2013
Mark E. Noble, College of Science, 2012
Kristina Morrey, Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services, 2011
Angela Dixon, College of Engineering, 2010
Jennifer Roth, College of Science, 2009
Scott Davis, College of HASS, 2007