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Awarding excellence

The College of Education and Human Sciences recognizes exemplary alumni with two awards, Hall of Fame and Outstanding Alumni. These awards are presented annually at the Hall of Fame Banquet.
Important Dates: 
  • September 1, 2020 – Nominations Open
  • November 2, 2020 – Nominations Close
  • April 23, 2021 – Hall of Fame Banquet

 

Hall of Fame

This lifetime achievement award is the highest honor bestowed by the college. Hall of Fame inductees should exemplify the values of Oklahoma State University and the college through their service to others, leadership achievements, professional accomplishments and community contributions. Additionally, recipients’ personal and professional successes have brought honor and distinction to OSU and, ultimately, make society a better place. Those nominated for this prestigious award must be an Oklahoma State University graduate from a College of Education and Human Sciences undergraduate or graduate degree program (this included degrees earned from the College of Education, Health and Aviation and the College of Human Sciences, as well as the College of Education and Human Sciences).

 

 

Outstanding Alumni

The Outstanding Alumni award is given to those who demonstrate significant promise toward establishing a distinguished career and making impactful contributions to their profession and beyond. Honorees seek opportunities to grow in their talents and purposefully serve others. Their quest for excellence is shown through their accomplishments, service to the community and leadership potential.  Those nominated for this award must be an Oklahoma State University graduate from a College of Education and Human Sciences undergraduate or graduate degree program (this includes degrees earned from the College of Education and Human Sciences and the College of Education and Human Sciences).

 

 

Contact

Harlie Runner Events and Engagement CoordinatorMarketing and Communications210C Human Sciences West405.744.8933

harlie.runner@okstate.edu

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