Lifetime Achievement Awards

Call for Nominations

Nominations for the AUCCCD Lifetime Achievement Award are requested to recognize and honor AUCCCD members who have provided outstanding service to AUCCCD and exemplary leadership in the field of College and University Counseling Centers. Eligibility and selection criteria are listed below.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. Currently a member or emeritus member of AUCCCD.
  2. Length of service as director/member (10 or more years)
  3. Selection Guidelines
  4. Identified more with Counseling Center rather than other university roles
  5. Influence on the field of Counseling Center work via publications, presentations, etc.
  6. Service to AUCCCD:
    1. Leadership on Governing Board
    2. Leadership role for AUCCCD conferences
    3. Mentoring/role model for colleagues
    4. Participation on programs
    5. Leadership of committee or establishing a new direction for AUCCCD
  7. Other related activities benefiting AUCCCD (e.g., leadership pertaining to Counseling Centers through the American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association, American College Personnel Association, American College Health Association, International Association of Counseling Services, accreditation site visitor, and/or service on editorial boards of relevant journals).
  8. Distinction as a Counseling Center director
  9. Participation in organizations at the national level
  10. Manifests a high level of professional integrity and ethical sensibility

To nominate a candidate for the award, send a letter of nomination, a resume/vita of the nominee, and at least two supporting letters from individuals who have knowledge of the nominee with respect to the selection guidelines. Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Complete nominations should be received by July 13. Individuals making the nominations are responsible for assembling the nomination items and forwarding them by the deadline date.

Past Recipients

2017

  • Harry Rockland Miller, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Terry Mason, Iowa State University

2016

  • Bob Rando,Wright State University

2015

  • Anika Fields, Florida A&M University
  • Jeff Prince, UC Berkeley
  • Todd Sevig, University of Michigan

2014

  • Theresa DiNuzzo, University of North Florida
  • Mark Thompson, Colgate University

2013

  • Christopher Flynn, Virginia Tech

2012

  • Ian Birky, Lehigh University
  • Greg Eells, Cornell University
  • Emil Rodolfa, UC Davis

2011

  • Allan J. Schwartz, University of Rochester
  • Dan Jones, Appalachian State University

2010

  • Kathy Hollingsworth, Duke University
  • Jeff Pollard, George Mason University
  • Greg Snodgrass, Texas State University

2009

  • Martha Christiansen, Arizona State University
  • Don Rosen, Texas Women's University
  • Don Paulson, Idaho State University

2008

  • Maggie (Olona) Gartner, Texas A&M University
  • Jim Spivak, Townson University

2007

  • Jaquie Resnick, University of Florida
  • Steve Brown, East Tennessee State University

2006

  • Charles Davidshofer, Colorado State University
  • Kathy Hotelling, University of North Carolina
  • Thomas A. Seals, Jr., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

2005

  • Ken Garni, Suffolk University
  • Doug Lamb, Illinois State University

2004

  • John Bishop, University of Delaware
  • Judy Mack, University of California - Davis
  • Gerald Stone - University of Iowa

2003

  • Vivian Boyd, University of Maryland at College Park
  • Dennis Heitzmann, Penn State University
  • Louise Douce, The Ohio State University

2002

  • Bob Gallagher, University of Pittsburgh
  • Jim Clack, Duke University
  • Wade Birch, Texas A&M University

2001

  • Dave Drum, University of Texas at Austin
  • Tom Magoon, University of Maryland
  • Wes Morrill, University of Utah