ASA Sponsored Leadership Awards
Each year, the Augustana Students' Association invites students, Faculty, and Staff to nominate deserving individuals and clubs so that we may honour their dedication to campus and community at the annual Leadership Reception.

We have several categories and a brief description of each is presented below. You are welcome to submit nominations in as many categories as you would like. When submitting a nomination, please be as thorough as possible so that the Students’ Association Awards Committee may make the best decision in choosing this year’s recipients.

Please submit all nominations by March 10th, 2017.


Betty Ostenrud Award - Faculty
The Betty Ostenrud award for Faculty is given each year to recognize one of our outstanding Faculty members. In making your choice, please consider such attributes as: outstanding dedication, service to school and community, and personal contributions (time and effort) to the students of Augustana. Please state the individual’s name and list the reasons you feel he\she would be a good candidate for this award.

Betty Ostenrud Award - Staff
The Betty Ostenrud award for Staff is given each year to recognize one of our outstanding Staff members. In making your choice, please consider such attributes as: outstanding dedication, service to school and community, and personal contributions (time and effort) to the students of Augustana. Please state the individual’s name and list the reasons you feel he\she would be a good candidate for this award.

Heather Huber Memorial Award - Student
The Heather Huber Memorial Award will be given each year to recognize one outstanding student. All students at Augustana are eligible for this award by virtue of being Students’ Association members. In making your choice, please consider such attributes as: a member of the Augustana Students’ Association in good standing, a person who has played a large role with the ASA through Clubs\Committees, Councils, Fine Arts, Athletics, or other leadership roles in the Augustana community, is a 3rd or 4th year member, and preferably a graduating student. Please state the individual’s name and list the reasons you feel he\she would be a good candidate for this award.

Best New Club
In order to win this award, a club shall have ½ or 1st year status. In addition, the club will have made a visible impact on campus as evidence by events and student engagement. Please state the club name and list reasons why this club would be a good candidate for this award.

Most Improved Club
In order to win this award, a club should show how it has improved from one year to the next, and the nominator shall identify and compare how the club has made such improvement. This can include, but is not limited to, such things as club memberships, number of events, student engagement, and frequency of events/meetings throughout the year. Please state the club name and list reasons why this club would be a good candidate for this award.

Best Overall Club
In order to win this award, a club should have 2nd year status, and a large presence on campus, not necessarily have the largest number of members. The club should be recognizable around campus and be engaging to a large number of students and the campus community. Please state the club name and list reasons why this club would be a good candidate for this award.

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