Frances Dancy Hooks Award Nomination
The Frances Dancy Hooks Award was first awarded at Oregon State in 1994, when Frances Dancy Hooks, a longtime civil rights activist, and her husband Dr. Benjamin Hooks, former executive director of the NAACP, spoke at the Celebration Peace Breakfast. The award recognizes Oregon State students, staff or faculty who exemplify Frances Dancy Hooks’ work: building bridges across cultures, showing courage in promoting diversity, and proudly “Walking the Talk.”  

Nomination Criteria

Selection criteria include:
1. Demonstrated leadership abilities related to diversity;
2. Actions and behaviors are consistent with “Walking the Talk”;
3. Demonstrated ability to build cross-cultural bridges;
4. Demonstrated willingness to take risks when promoting diversity; and
5. Conducting and promoting cultural diversity activities as a sharing, caring and educational endeavor, and not for personal gain.

Nominations must be submitted by Friday, November 9, 2018.

Nominators may submit multiple nominations.

Please direct any questions regarding the nomination to Scott Vignos in the Office of Institutional Diversity at scott.vignos@oregonstate.edu.

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