The UO Senate Shared Governance, Transparency, and Trust Award was created on January 21, 2015. The award represents the Senate’s interest in encouraging the proliferation of trust, transparency, and shared governance with the university administration.
This award will be presented to the individual who has best exemplified the values of trust, transparency, and shared governance in the past year.
How to Nominate Someone:
Describe the specific actions or activities of the nominee that demonstrate their commitment to the values listed above. Describe in detail why you believe the nominee deserves this award.
2016-17: Please submit your nomination via email to Betina Lynn, Senate Executive Coordinator, email@example.com, by Tuesday, April 25, 2017.
The entire campus, including faculty, Officers of Administration, classified staff, and students will be invited to submit nominations for the award. Senators and Senate committee members will also be asked to make nominations.
The Senate Executive Committee shall be responsible for facilitating the award process. It will collect and screen the nominees and recommend recipients to the University Senate. The Senate will vote to select the recipient.
2016 – William Harbaugh (Economics)
2015 – Michael Dreiling (Sociology)
March – announcements to university community requesting nominations
April – deadline for receiving nominations
April/May – review nominations and make selection
June – award announcement