Dear UD Community Member,
It is with great pleasure that Student Development announces the seeking of nominations for the 28th annual John E. Riley Award, presented by the Division of Student Development. This award is named in honor of Jack's commitment to Student Development and to the University during his thirty plus years at UD. During his tenure, Jack was Director at the Counseling Center, acting Vice President of Student Development, and later an Associate Dean of Students in Student Development. The award provides recognition to a junior student who has exercised sustained leadership through involvement with student initiatives, exemplifying the educational and service values of the University. The recipient of the Riley Award will also receive a financial award in the amount of one thousand two hundred dollars ($1200) ($600 per term for their senior year).
The John E. Riley Award is important in the recognition of student leadership, scholarship and service. Your participation in nominating students for this award is vital. Please take a few minutes to nominate that student or students who capture the essence of this award.
In order to nominate a student, please review the Guidelines and complete the Nominations portion of the form. Once you have completed the Nominations portion, forward the entire email to the student, and "cc:" Caryle Mattie as well. To complete the nomination process, the student should then complete the Student Information Section and forward the entire email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, February 18th, 2013.
Thank you for your cooperation.
The John E. Riley Award Selection Committee
Steve Mueller, Chair
- Students may be nominated by UD faculty, staff, or students.
- The nominee must be in the junior year and available for an on-campus interview this term.
- A minimum accumulative grade point average of 2.5 and being in good non-academic status with the University are necessary.
- The nominee must have a record of leadership/service in student/campus organizations or programs and this leadership/service should be be demonstrated on some sustained level.
- The nature of the nominee's accomplishments must reflect the Marianist ideals of promotion of community, and have contributed to the elevation of the quality of student life at UD.
TO NOMINATORS: To complete this portion of the form, click on forward (not reply) and type the student nominee's email address in the To: box. In the "cc:" box, type
cmattie1@ udayton.edu. You will be able to type your information within this section by using the forward command. After completing this portion of your nomination, click on send or send/file. This is necessary for a complete application. Remember to keep
a copy of your email.
Nominee's phone number:
Nominee's email address:
Department or Campus Address:
Nominator's Email Address:
Please discuss how this student has exemplified sustained leadership and service within the UD community.
*REMEMBER: After you have completed this portion of the form, please forward the entire email to the student being nominated in order that he/she may complete the Student Information Section below.
TO THE STUDENT NOMINEE:
STUDENT INFORMATION SECTION
TO THE STUDENT NOMINEE:
Please complete this section of the form/email and forward it to cmattie1@ udayton.edu by Monday, February 18th, 2013. To complete this portion of the form, click on forward (not reply) and type email@example.com in the "To:" box. You will be able to type your information within the Student Information Section by using the forward command. After completing this portion, click on send or send/file. Remember to keep a copy of the email.
Campus/Local Telephone Number:
Student ID number:
By completing this form and returning it to the Office of Student Development, I accept responsibility for the truthfulness of the information provided. I understand that I must be a junior student at the University of Dayton, have a minimum accumulative grade point average of 2.5, and be in good non-academic standing with the University. By returning this form, I authorize the release of this information to the committee.
1. List any organization, program, or activity with which you have been associated while at UD. (Provide the organization/program/activity name, dates of involvement, offices held if any, and the name of the advisor).
2. Describe in more detail your leadership involvement with the above listed information including details of any significant contributions made each year.
3. Write at least one paragraph explaining how your leadership and service has enriched the University community, how it has contributed to the quality of student life and how it has affected your learning.
Remember: As you submit your application, you may wish to include your co-curricular transcript which can be obtained through Student Life and Kennedy Union. After completing this form, email the entire message to cmattie1@ udayton.edu.. All applications must be received by Caryle in Student Development by Monday, February 18th, 2013.