If you would like to nominate someone for a Community Award please fill out this form. The form can be sent in several times if you desire to nominate people for different awards. All nominations must be submitted by April 29th, 2013. Thank you for taking the time to nominate others who have impacted the community.
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Recommender Phone # *
Nominee Phone # *
Award Category *
Faculty/Staff Mentor Award
Dr. St. Clair Drake Teaching Award
Student Organization Leadership Award
Community Service Award
Black Arts Award
Program/Event of the Year Award
Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year
BVSO of the Year Award
Best Programming Collaboration
Global Citizenship Award
Black Volunteer Student Organization name (if applicable; please fill out this field if you are nominating an event/program for the Program/Event of the Year)
Program/Event Name (if nomination is for Program/Event of the Year)
Please answer the following three questions in 300 words or less if you are nominating a person for Faculty/Staff Mentor Award, Dr. St. Clair Drake Teaching Award, Student Organization Leadership Award, Community Service Award, Black Arts Award, Outstanding Grad Student of the Year, or Global Citizenship Award.
How has the nominee had a direct or indirect impact on you?
What contributions has the nominee made to the Black Community?
Briefly describe nominee's character.
Please answer one of the following questions in 300 words or less if you are nominating a BVSO or a program/event. Please use specific examples from the year to substantiate your nomination.
Why should the organization/event be nominated for the award?
How did the organization/event impact the Stanford Black community and/or community at large?
Presented to a faculty or staff member who has provided outstanding support for students through advising, mentoring, coaching and/or research.
Presented to a faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in teaching. The ideal candidate for this award has inspired students intellectually and demonstrated a commitment to enhancing the intellectual vitality/academic environment of the Black community.
Presented to a student who has shown exceptional leadership within their student organization. Ideal candidates for this award are those students who have taken on various leadership roles within their organization and/or have made innovative changes in order to help their organization make a positive impact on Stanford’s Black community.
Presented to a student who has demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to public service. Ideal candidates for this award have dedicated time and energy to community service endeavors that have made positive contributions to individuals and/or organizations.
Presented to a student who has excelled in the area(s) of music, dance, theatre and/or visual arts. An ideal candidate for this award is someone who has pronounced dedication to the arts and has freely shared their talent to enhance the Black Community or represent the community in a positive way.
Presented to a Black Voluntary Student Organization that executed a program/event of overall excellence this academic year. Ideal nominations for this award are those programs that both impacted the audience in attendance and had a lasting impact on the community.
Presented to a graduate student who has demonstrated exceptional academic and intellectual achievement through cutting edge research in a particular field of study. The ideal candidate for this award represents scholarly excellence at Stanford and serves as an academic role model to fellow students.
Presented to a Black Voluntary Student Organization that has executed consistent quality programming that has impacted the community in a significant and/or unique way. Ideal nominees are organizations with consistent excellence in programming and/or organizations that have shown great improvement.
Presented to two or more student organizations (one being a Black Volunteer Student Organization) that have demonstrated exceptional collaboration skills on a program or event. Ideal candidates for this award have not only contributed financially to an event, but all groups worked together consistently from creation, coordination, and execution of the event.
Presented to a student who has shown a high level of involvement and commitment to the Black community abroad. Ideal candidates for this award are those who, through dedication to research, service, or other work, have achieved exceptional success in rebuilding and uplifting the Diaspora.
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