Nominations open for distinguished alumni awards

19 APRIL 2022

Nominations open for distinguished alumni awards

Charles Sturt is calling for nominations for its 2022 Distinguished Alumni Awards program. Nominations are now open and close Friday 3 June.

  • Charles Sturt University calls for nominations for its 2022 Distinguished Alumni Awards Program
  • Nominations can be self-nominated or submitted on behalf of someone else
  • Nominations open Tuesday 19 April and close Friday 3 June, with winners announced on Foundation Day, Wednesday 20 July

Charles Sturt University is proud to announce the launch of its 2022 Distinguished Alumni Awards program.

The program recognises and celebrates the outstanding achievements of the University’s alumni.

The annual awards program has six categories: Professional Achievement, Professional Achievement (Research), Service to the Community, Young Alumni, International Alumni, and First Nations Alumni.

Director of the Charles Sturt Advancement Office, Ms Sarah Ansell said,

“The program is a wonderful opportunity to recognise, celebrate and congratulate our alumni and showcase their achievements.

“It provides an opportunity to build institutional pride and engagement, as well as strengthen our relationship directly with those individuals as well as our wider alumni community.

“This celebration also showcases the exceptional professional, academic and research contributions our alumni are making to communities at a national and international level.”

Guidelines outlining the application, assessment and privacy of this program are available on the award webpage.

Nominations open Tuesday 19 April and close Friday 3 June, with winners announced on Foundation Day, Wednesday 20 July.

Nominations for the Charles Sturt Alumni awards are open to self-nomination as well as nominations submitted by other Charles Sturt alumni, Charles Sturt or partner institute staff, employers or work colleagues, members of the community, family members or friends.

The awards will be shortlisted by an internal University committee, and final selection will be made by a judging panel of University senior leaders.

The Charles Sturt University Distinguished Alumni Award Program categories for 2022 are:

Charles Sturt Distinguished Alumnus of the Year – Professional Achievement

This award recognises outstanding leaders in their industry or profession who have made or are making a significant difference in both local and/or wider communities.

Charles Sturt Distinguished Alumnus of the Year – Professional Achievement - Research

This award recognises outstanding leaders in their field of research who have made or are making a significant difference in both local and/or wider communities.

Charles Sturt Distinguished Alumnus of the Year – Service to the Community

This award recognises leaders/individuals who have given outstanding service to the community through their professional or voluntary work.

Charles Sturt Distinguished Alumnus of the Year – Young Alumni

This award recognises extraordinary achievements of our new graduates across both the professional and service to community fields. Nominees must be under the age of 35.

Charles Sturt Distinguished Alumni of the Year – International Alumni

This award recognises international leaders in their industry, profession or field of research who have made or are making a significant difference in both local and/or wider communities.

Charles Sturt Distinguished Alumni of the Year - Indigenous Alumni category

This award recognises outstanding Indigenous leaders in their industry, profession or field of research who have made or are making a significant difference in both local and/or wider communities.

For further information contact alumni@csu.edu.au

Media Note:

To arrange interviews with Ms Sarah Ansell, contact Nicole Barlow at Charles Sturt Media on mobile 0429 217 026 or via news@csu.edu.au


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