UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
The Chancellor's Award recognizes students who possess the qualities of leadership, service, and commitment and acknowledges a student's unique personal traits and skills. This award is granted to upper class students or graduate students and is not solely based on scholastic achievement. As of 2015, graduate students are also considered eligible for this prestigious award. The recipients will receive the award at the Chancellor's Award Reception for students in April.
The criteria for selection is based on exceptional leadership skills with service and commitment to the university and community through various projects and activities. Distinguishing attributes, unique personality traits, and special talents are also considered in the selection process. A student may receive the Chancellor's Award only once during his or her undergraduate or graduate career.
Nominations and support letters can come from any individual willing to provide them. A faculty or staff member, an organization leader or adviser, or even a fellow student, may serve as your nominator or supporter. A student can also nominate him/herself for the award, but it would likely make a more compelling nomination if the student were to request another individual to serve as their nominator.
The following 5 documents must be submitted by March 4, 2016 in MS Word or PDF document format:
The Selection Committee for the Chancellor's Award consists of designated representatives from the following university areas:
Recipients of the 2015 Chancellor's Award for Students, pictured with Chancellor Dean Van Galen. Front row from left: Haley Klinker, College of Arts and Sciences, International Studies Major, Spanish, Psychology Minor; Randall J. Pfeifer, College of Business & Economics, Business Administration and Computer Sciences Major; Julie Vang, College of Arts and Sciences, Sociology and International Studies Major; Lyndsay Hage, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, Biology Major; Second Row from left: Chancellor Dean Van Galen; Samuel Tauchen, College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences, Agricultural Education Major, Psychology Minor; Daniel Saunders, College of Arts and Sciences, Biology Major, Geographic Information Systems Minor; Cheng-Yen Lee, College of Education and Professional Studies, Elementary Education Major, Coaching Minor.