Each year SHP accepts nominations for the following awards. Please review the criteria below and past winners for each award and submit nominations via the nomination form. Nominations are accepted from February 1 to March 1 each year. Winners are selected by the Awards Committee in late March, and recognized at events in May of each year.  All faculty and staff are eligible to be nominated for awards for which they meet the criteria below.

In 2018, the student and alumni awards luncheon will be held Friday May 4, and faculty and staff awards will be presented on Friday May 11. You may submit as many nominations as you like. Consider opening the form in a new tab if you would like to submit multiple nominations.

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Alumni: Excellence in Mentoring

This award honors an excellent professional role model and mentor who has demonstrated a genuine commitment to the advancement of SHP and its students.

Alumni: Citation of Merit

This award is given to a member of the SHP alumni in recognition of exemplary contributions made, whether they be humanitarian, professional, civic, or philanthropic.

Alumni: Outstanding Young Alumni Award

The SHP Outstanding Young Alumni Awards recognize alumni age 35 years or younger for their professional accomplishments and engagement with the School of Health Professions and the University of Missouri. SHP Outstanding Young Alumni Awards Flyer

Faculty: Lewis & Clark Discovery Award

This award is given to a faculty member who has made outstanding contributions to the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and/or communities through research and scholarly activities. Such contributions may include (but are not limited to) high impact discoveries, sustained achievement and/or mentorship activities. 

Faculty: Lewis & Clark Discovery – Early Career

This award is conferred upon a faculty member who, while still in the first 10 years since degree completion, has made significant contributions to the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and/or communities through research and scholarly activities.

Faculty: Kristofer and Lori Hagglund Early Career Award

This award was established to help support faculty who are balancing the demands of teaching, research and service, which, as we both know well, is a challenge both for the faculty member and his or her family. The award is selected each year by a special faculty committee, and includes a $2500 stipend for a faculty member who has not yet attained the rank of full professor and whose successes in scholarship, teaching or service have significantly advanced the mission of SHP. 

Faculty: SHP Faculty Engagement Award

The School of Health Professions Faculty Engagement Award will honor a faculty member who has demonstrated exceptional engagement and service to the community, broadly defined as including the School/University, their profession and/or the local/national/international community. These activities reflect the faculty member’s academic/professional expertise and support SHP’s mission; they are outstanding contributions that exceed typical expectations for faculty engagement.

Faculty: Excellence in Clinical Service Award

The School of Health Professions Excellence in Clinical Service Award will honor a faculty member who has demonstrated sustained excellence in School/University clinical service activities, including clinical teaching and/or direct patient care. These activities reflect the faculty member’s academic/professional expertise and support SHP’s mission; they are outstanding contributions that serve as a model of excellence for all.

Faculty: Excellence in Education Award

The School of Health Professions recognizes that excellence in teaching not only benefits the learners but also serves as a foundation of a critical SHP mission – to prepare graduates for high impact careers. This award honors a faculty member at the level of mid-career or beyond who has demonstrated superlative commitment to the teaching mission, and may recognize efforts spanning a broad range of activities, including traditional instruction, advising, mentoring, training, and outreach activities.

Faculty: Excellence in Education Award – Early Career

The School of Health Professions recognizes that excellence in teaching not only benefits the learners but also serves as a foundation of a critical SHP mission – to prepare graduates for high impact careers. This award honors a faculty member at the early career level (less than 7 years of teaching experience) who has demonstrated superlative commitment to the teaching mission, and may recognize efforts spanning a broad range of activities, including traditional instruction, advising, mentoring, training, and outreach activities.

Faculty/Staff: Inclusive Excellence Award

This award recognizes outstanding efforts by faculty and/or staff to enhance an environment of inclusion within the School of Health Professions and/or campus-wide. This can include, but is not limited to, efforts to promote recognition and support of the value of diverse perspectives/experiences, efforts to enhance inclusivity (e.g., via projects, classroom instruction, etc.), and contributions to the celebration of diversity at the school and/or community level.

Staff: Dean’s Service Award

Recognizes a member of the SHP staff who has demonstrated exemplary service to the school and has gone out of their way to help others achieve the highest levels of success.

Staff: Bridge Builder Award

This award recognizes the outstanding efforts of a member of the SHP Staff to reach out and collaborate across departments, the campus, and/or the community.

Student: Undergraduate Student Engagement Award

Recognizes an SHP undergraduate for exemplary community, educational or pre-professional engagement and/or service.

Student: Graduate Student Engagement Award

Recognizes an SHP graduate student for exemplary community, educational or pre-professional engagement and/or service.

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2018 SHP Awards Selection Committee: 

2018 SHP Awards Selection Committee: Maria Dietrich (SLHS), Jerry Kiesling (ADC), Sandy Gummersheimer (MPH), Kyle Gibson (PT), Kathy Moss (CDS), Bill Janes (OT), Donna Coleman (HS), Jeff Galen (NM), Tammy Winfrey (SHP). 

Other Awards: There are other awards throughout campus with varying nomination processes and deadlines. If you’d like to add any to this list, please contact us.

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