2022 Lerner Alumni Awards

The Lerner College Alumni Board and the Lerner College invite you to submit nominations for the 2022 Lerner College Alumni Awards of Excellence. The nomination period is open now and will close on Friday, April 29, 2022.

The awards are presented each year to select Lerner alumni who have exhibited exceptional accomplishments, including professional success, contribution to the community, giving back to Lerner College and a commitment to excellence. Nominations are welcome from alumni, faculty, staff and the University of Delaware community.

We will again be awarding a Rising Star Alumni Award. This award recognizes recent alumni who exemplify the qualities and spirit of our Alumni Awards of Excellence. Please consider nominating an outstanding recent graduate, one who demonstrates excellence and is creating a difference in their career and community. Please indicate within the comment section if the nomination is for consideration for a Rising Star Alumni Award of Excellence.

 

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