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MTSU Provost's Office Announces Process for 2012 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award

The Office of the University Provost is pleased to initiate the process for the 2012 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award programs, two programs administered by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission that recognize outstanding community service performed at the campus level by students and faculty/staff. The award is named for the late Representative Harold Love, a man of great compassion for those less fortunate in his community.  As in years past, five faculty members and five students will be selected from universities statewide to receive a $1000 award.

This notification is to request that you nominate the most outstanding students and faculty/staff from your program area or division for each award.Attached are selection criteria and data forms for the respective programs, which should be completed for each of your nominations. Please feel free to disseminate this information as you deem appropriate.  Please submit your forms with a letter of nomination to the Office for University Community Relations, Box 397, no later than Monday, March 12, 2012.

Nominations will be reviewed by a taskforce comprised of representatives from the Independent Colleges, Tennessee Board of Regents, and University of Tennessee to select the five student and five faculty/staff recipients.  Each individual recipient receives a cash prize of $1000, which is awarded at the annual awards banquet to honor recipients.  Recipients will be selected on April 2 and will be notified the following week.  We are proud to have an award recipient from MTSU in the past, Ray Wiley, Associate Director of Campus Recreation.

Please be reminded that all nominations from Middle Tennessee State University for the 2012 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award must be made through the Office for University Community Relations in the Center for Dyslexia, Room 101 (MTSU Box 397).

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Dr. Gloria Bonner at 494-7969.