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2015 President's Award recipients

This binational team from the ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation and its community partners were recognized at the 2015 recognition reception and award ceremony for developing and implementing a bilingual sleep health training program. Photo by Tim Trumble

October 22, 2015

If you are part of a university team working on a project that advances ASU’s goals and aspirations to create dramatic, positive change, you should consider applying for one of the 2016 President’s Awards. The deadline to submit an application is Jan. 7, 2016.

The annual ASU President’s Awards, an integral part of the university’s Employee Recognition Program, recognize and celebrate faculty and staff who have made significant contributions to the university in the areas of innovation, social embeddedness or sustainability. More than one team can win an award in each category.

Writers Workshops will be held Nov. 5 and Dec. 9 on the Tempe campus. Shelly Potts and Alison Cook-Davis of the University Office of Evaluation and Educational Effectiveness will explain how to write a compelling application that effectively reports a project’s results. Attendees also will get helpful tips and learn about the awards criteria.

ASU President Michael Crow will recognize award recipients in April 2016 at the President’s Recognition Reception and award ceremony. Each team will receive a team award and all team members will receive award certificates. Winning team projects also will be featured on the ASU Now website.

To register for a workshop, contact Linda Uhley at

Get specific award applications or learn about previous award recipients.

Linda Uhley,
Office of Human Resources

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