Know a fabulous LSU SVM alumnus? Nominate them for the Distinguished Alumnus Award!
The Distinguished Alumnus Award is a means to recognize alumni of the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine for outstanding professional and personal achievements. The award will be presented at the Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association Winter Meeting in January 2013.
Any veterinarian who is in possession of the DVM degree from LSU is eligible for the award. Candidates will be recognized for their accomplishments in veterinary medicine and/or contributions to the community through public service. To be considered, a completed nomination form along with a summary résumé of the nominee or the nominator’s cover letter describing why the nominee is a distinguished alumnus, must be postmarked no later than November 1, 2012.
For a nomination form, click here.
Past award recipients:
1990 - Dr. Robert Lewis (LSU SVM 1977);
1991 - Dr. Larry McCaskill (LSU SVM 1981), Dr. Mark Mikelonis (LSU SVM 1988), and Dr. Jim Floyd (LSU SVM 1981);
1992 - Dr. Allen J. Roussel (LSU SVM 1977);
2003 - Dr. Mike Strain (LSU SVM 1983);
2004 - Dr. Alfred Stevens (LSU SVM 1979);
2005 - Dr. Gregory Rich (LSU SVM 1985);
2006 - Dr. Mary Boudreaux (LSU SVM 1979);
2007 - Dr. Robert D. “Bob” Simmons (LSU SVM 1977);
2008 - Dr. Mary Louise Martin (LSU SVM 1982) and Dr. Debra Sellon (LSU SVM 1983);
2009 - Dr. William James (LSU SVM 1980);
2010 - Dr. Sherril Green (LSU SVM 1985) and Dr. J. Trenton McClure (LSU SVM 1989); and
2011 – Dr. Rick Alleman (LSU SVM 1980).
If you have questions about the nomination process, please contact Gretchen Morgan, director of annual giving and alumni affairs, at email@example.com or 225-578-9565.
Photo: The 2011 Distinguished Alumnus Award recipient, Dr. Rick Alleman (LSU SVM 1980), receives his award from Dean Peter F. Haynes (left).
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