Board of Governors James E. Holshouser, Jr. Award for Excellence in Public Services
The Board of Governors James E. Holshouser, Jr. Award for Excellence in Public Services was created in 2007 to encourage, identify, recognize and reward public service by faculty of the University of North Carolina system. The selection criteria for the Award includes:
- Faculty members of any of the 17 institutions of the University of North Carolina system are eligible.
- Sustained, distinguished, and superb achievement in university public service and outreach, and contributions to improving the quality of life of the citizens of North Carolina.
- The creativity and impact of a nominee’s achievements are of a magnitude that greatly exceeds the normal accomplishments of a productive faculty.
Required information for this award includes:
- Biographical Information and CV
- A Comprehensive Description of Public Service
For the BOG James E. Holshouser, Jr. Award for Excellence in Public Services, include the following information in the nomination:
- Nominee's name and department
- An explanation with some detail why this individual deserves the award for public service excellence
- Nominator's name and department
The nomination period typically begins in the early Fall semester. A notice will be distributed campus wide. Submit nominations for the Public Service award using the Nomination Form (DOC) - one nominee per form. Please read the above eligibility requirements before submitting a form.
Call for nominations 2018-2019
The University Awards Committee is now accepting nominations through Friday, March 15 at 5 p.m. for the 2018-2019 Board of Governors Excellence in Public Service Award. If you are nominating someone please make sure they are eligible by referring to this web page for details, eligibility requirements, and the nomination form.
Please e-mail the completed nomination form to Dr. Erica Slate Young, BOG Holshouser Award Sub-Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest in the nomination process.