DVm Alumni Awards

Outstanding Service Award


The Outstanding Service Award is given to an individual who has made extraordinary contributions to animals and/or the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine. Individuals need not be an alumnus of the college to be nominated. 

Eligibility

An individual who has made outstanding contributions to animals and/or the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine is eligible for nomination. All nominations for this award should contain specific reference to the nominee's activities related to that service.

Alumni Award Nominations are due September 1, 2017.


Eligibility

The Outstanding Service Award is granted as a testimonial to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to animals and/or the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine. All nominations for this award should contain specific reference to the nominee's activities related to that service.

The Award

The awards consist of a plaque that will be presented during the College of Veterinary Medicine Celebration of Excellence awards banquet. In addition, each recipient will have his/her name added to a plaque in Bustad Hall.

Nomination Process

  1. Please complete the nomination form (yellow link below).
  2. Arrange for two additional recommendation letters to be sent from others in support of this nomination.
  3. Additional sheets and supportive documents can also be sent.
    (The more information you can provide, the better the chances are for your candidate.)

Online Nomination Form

The nomination form is available to fill out and submit on-line. Please don’t forget to send any supplemental information to the address below.

Please mail, email or fax to:

Michelle Mielke
PO Box 647010
College of Veterinary Medicine
Washington State University
Pullman WA 99164-7010

Phone: 509-335-1365
Fax: 509-335-2132
Email: mielke@vetmed.wsu.edu

Past Recipients (Recipient Bios)

2009: James McBain ('68)
2008: Matthew Maberry ('47)
2007: Valery Shean ('88)
2006: Douglas Butchart ('54)
2006: Marc Mattix ('83)
2001: Greg Nelson ('61)
1994: Mary Ellen Gorham ('79)