Nominations for the University of Iowa's School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) Distinguished Service Award are being accepted through October 15, 2021.
- The Distinguished Service Award is presented annually by SJMC’s Professional Advisory Board (PAB).
- The recipient of this award exemplifies outstanding service and dedication to SJMC.
- Please nominate individuals you think have provided exceptional service with a positive impact on the School, its students and/or faculty.
- Nominees can be any alumni or non-alumni who have a record of service to the School as demonstrated by length of time, breadth of contributions, and impact. Anyone associated with the SJMC may nominate an individual for this award.
Eligible nominees include any alumni or non-alumni who have a record of service to the School as demonstrated by length of time, breadth of contributions, and impact. Current advisory board members are not eligible to be nominated.
Anyone associated with the SJMC may nominate an individual for this award.
Nomination and Award Process
The PAB Distinguished Service Award committee will open nominations for the award from September 1 to November 1 each year.
- Submit this nomination form along with a letter of nomination by the nominator, not to exceed one typewritten page.
The finalists for the annual award(s) will be selected by the Distinguished Service Award committee, which includes approximately four (4) current Professional Advisory Board members. Current members of the Professional Advisory Board will vote to choose the award recipient(s) during the regularly scheduled Fall meeting. Nominations not selected will remain on the list for five years. The award will be presented to the recipient(s) at an on-campus award event the evening before the regularly scheduled Spring meeting, which is typically in April.
To nominate an individual, please contact email@example.com
or mail your nomination to:
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
100 Adler Journalism Building Room #E305
Iowa City, IA 52242