May Dunn Ward Innovative Program Award Submission Form
This award was created in 1987 to honor the achievements of, May Dunn Ward, and early educator and student affairs leader. She was born in 1885 and received no formal education until the age of 16. In 1909, she enrolled at the University of Washington and graduated from there with a degree in Home Economics. After graduation she worked as a teacher at Annie Wright Seminary in Tacoma and then in Assistant Dean of Women at the University of Washington. She later obtained a Master's degree in sociology from Columbia University and then returned to the University of Washington where she worked as a faculty member and eventually as Dean of Women. Her career at UW spanned 48 years. May Dunn Ward made many contributions to higher education throughout her career and was also very active in NWASAP (formerly NWCPA) and the American Association of Women.

The May Dunn Ward Award is presented each year to a program that meets the following criteria:
• The program must be fully recognized by its home institution and involve a range of student affairs professionals
• The program should address whether an emerging student, institutional need or a persistent situation is being addressed in a new and creative manner

Nominator *
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Nominator Email *
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2. Name of institutions and individuals involved in creating the program and current email addresses *
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3. Staff or student(s) served by the program *
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4. Description of why the program deserves the award and evidence of success of program *
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