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Leadership Awards

Each year at the Wisconsin Union Council’s Installation and Recognition Banquet, outstanding students are recognized for their notable contributions to the Union, the university, and the community. Click on the links below to learn about the different leadership awards, eligibility, and the nominations process.

Dr. Harold C. Bradley Leadership Award

The Dr. Harold C. Bradley Leadership Award is presented annually to a student member of Wisconsin Hoofers who has demonstrated excellent leadership qualities though overall involvement in Hoofer Club activities with special emphasis on recognizing a student whose involvement with Hoofers goes beyond participation in a single club or activity. Other award criteria should include, but not be limited to, enthusiasm, team building, dedication, commitment and work ethic, leadership qualities, and an overall attitude that exemplifies the Hoofer spirit.

Complete this nomination form by 5pm on March 17, 2017.

Henry B. Herman Award

The Henry B. Herman Award is presented annually to an undergraduate or graduate student who comes from New York City or its metropolitan area, and who has demonstrated concern for community through community service, innovative programming, an appropriate single deed, or other similar kinds of service to others.

Complete this nomination form by 5pm on March 17, 2017.

Hoofer Leadership Awards

The Hoofer Leadership Awards are presented annually to student members of Wisconsin Hoofers who have demonstrated excellent leadership qualities in Hoofer club activities. Award criteria should include, but not be limited to, enthusiasm, team building, dedication, commitment and work ethic, leadership qualities, and an overall attitude that exemplifies the Hoofer spirit.

Complete this nomination form by 5pm on March 17, 2017.

Lowell Frautschi Leadership Award

The Lowell Frautschi Leadership Award is to be made each year to a student(s) associated with the Wisconsin Union who has shown over a period of time, growth and talent in leadership skills and practice, has proven such leadership development in conjunction with the programs, activities or services and has demonstrated an understanding and awareness of the ideals of The Wisconsin Union. Examples of leadership skills include collaboration, communication, continuous learning and improvement, flexibility, initiative, and service orientation.

Complete this nomination form by 5pm on March 17, 2017.

Marion McCammond Award

The Marion McCammond Award is awarded each year to an outstanding student(s) of color who have made contributions to the University community, greater Madison community or the student’s hometown. Of particular importance will be the innovative features of a student’s service activities and the student’s initiative in reaching out to community needs.

Complete this nomination form by 5pm on March 17, 2017.

Meyerhoff Undergraduate Excellence Awards for Leadership, Service & Scholarship

The Meyerhoff Undergraduate Excellence Award for Leadership, Service and Scholarship is presented to a junior or senior student, affiliated with the Wisconsin Union, who has demonstrated a record of outstanding leadership and/or service to the community along with a strong and consistent academic performance (minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average).

Complete this nomination form by 5pm on March 17, 2017.

Porter Butts Creative Arts Award

The Porter Butts Creative Arts Award is presented to a student who has contributed to furthering the arts.

Complete this nomination form by 5pm on March 17, 2017.

Union Trustee Leadership Award

The Union Trustee Leadership Award is awarded each year to a student or group of students who have demonstrated dependability and dedication, creativity, resourcefulness, demonstrated group interaction and leadership qualities.

Complete this nomination form by 5pm on March 17, 2017.

Walter Pancoe Partnership/Leadership Award

The Walter Pancoe Partnership/Leadership Award is awarded to a member of any recognized UW-Madison fraternity or sorority who has demonstrated participation and/or leadership qualities through involvement in his/her fraternity/sorority and with significant participation in the Wisconsin Union and Wisconsin Union Directorate (WUD) is eligible.

The nomination is to come from the fraternity or sorority.

Complete this nomination form by 5pm on March 17, 2017.