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IME RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENCE PROGRAM

Name of the program:                     

  • IME Recognition of Excellence

Program Rationale:

The purpose of the IME Recognition of Excellence program is to recognize individuals who have achieved service or professional excellence in concert with their relationship with the IME Department. The primary form of recognition will be a public display of the individual's achievements housed in the IME Department. This "wall of IME excellence" will provide a direct motivational benefit to current and future IME students by providing a historical perspective of the department and a vision of what they may achieve in their own careers.  

Categories for Nomination:  

  • IME Alumni with distinguished career and professional achievements
  • Individuals that have made significant service contributions to the IME Department
  • IME Alumni that have made significant service contributions at the community, state, or societal level.

Nomination Procedure:

  • Nominations will be open to all
  • Self-nominations is allowed
  • Nominations will include completing the nomination form
  • Nominations will include a 1-2 page(s) letter identifying category under which the individual is being nominated and an outline of the individual's accomplishments
  • Nominations are renewed every year

Selection procedure:

  1. For the inaugural year in 2007, an ad-hoc subcommittee will be appointed by the Advisory Board to evaluate nominees and to identify 3-5 recipients to be recognized during the fall 2007 Advisory Board meeting.  This committee will also identify 1-3 individuals to be considered for recognition during the spring 2008 Advisory Board meeting.  The Board will vote on this during the meeting in fall 2007.
  2. After fall 2007, the recipients (0-3 per year) will be selected by the majority vote of the Advisory Board from a short list of nominees prepared by the committee.
  3. Nominations for spring recognition are reviewed in fall and nominations for fall recognition will be reviewed in spring.

Recognition:

  1. The IME department will recognize the recipients by presenting their photo and a summary of their accomplishments on the "Wall of Excellence" located in the department.
  2. The recipients will also be recognized on the IME department website under the Advisory Board site.
  3. Recipients will also be recognized in the college, university, and community publications or news papers.
  4. The Advisory Board may choose to recognize the recipients with a plaque
  5. Recipients need not be present to be recognized.
 Recipients:
  • Fall 2007 -Elvin Isgrig, Allen J. Henderson
  • Spring 2008 - Brian Johnson, Robert W. Helle
  • Fall 2008 - Paul Madson, LTG Claude V. Christianson
  • Spring 2009 - John Hansmann, Jennifer Hopkins
  • Fall 2009 - Jeff Bigger
  • Fall 2010 - Jodi Uecker-Rust, James Anderson
  • Spring 2013 - Wendy Masloski
  • Fall 201 - Matthew Vettel

 

     


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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7287 / Fax: (701) 231-7195
Campus address: Civil and Industrial Engineering 202
Physical/delivery address: 1410 14th Avenue North, Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 2485 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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Last Updated: Friday, October 31, 2014 11:42:42 AM