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Tarbell Medallion - Diane Potter, EdD, '57, G'63
Young Alumna Award - LaToya Franklin '07
Distinguished Alumnus Award - James Southard, PhD, '64
Distinguished Alumna Award - Deena Casiero, MD '99
The Tarbell Medallion, a facsimile of R. Tate McKenzie’s “The Joy of Effort,” first presented in 1935 as a gift from Edward Norris Tarbell, Class of 1889 and given annually to an alumnus or alumna out of school at least twenty years who has demonstrated varied outstanding service over a period of time to his or her alma mater. Candidates will have also demonstrated dedication to the Humanics philosophy.
Established by the Class of 1940 in 1966. Individuals receiving this award are honored for professional excellence, outstanding achievement in their chosen field, and recognized for their service to others. Candidates must be out of college for a minimum of ten years.
Established by the Class of 1966 in 1974 and presented to a graduate in the tenth reunion class in recognition of professional excellence and outstanding service to the College, community, state, and/or nation.
Alumni Association Annual Awards
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