Meritorious Service Award

2018 Meritorious Service Award Recipient

Julie Decker

On Sunday, Dec. 16, at the Fall 2018 UAA Commencement ceremony, Dr. Julie Decker of Anchorage received UAA’s Meritorious Service Award. This award is bestowed to an individual who has demonstrated significant work in the area of public, academic, volunteer or philanthropic service to UAA or one of the community campuses, or to an Alaska community.

The university recognized Dr. Decker for her work as the Director and CEO of the Anchorage Museum—a role that exemplifies her career promoting diversity, community and accessibility in Anchorage’s art scene.

Nominations open for 2019–2020

A Meritorious Service Award is bestowed to an individual who has demonstrated significant work in the area of public, academic, volunteer or philanthropic service to UAA or one of the community campuses, or to an Alaska community.

The Meritorious Service Award Committee is reaching out to the community for suggested nominees. The award recipients are individuals who have demonstrated:

  • Evidence of significant work in public, academic, volunteer or philanthropic service;
  • Services to UAA or one of the community campuses, or to an Alaska community (e.g., health, arts, sciences, engineering, etc.);
  • Longevity of commitment and/or service; and/or
  • Diversity, culturally and/or discipline.
Past Meritorious Service Award Recipients

The criteria is outlined in the Board of Regents' Policy (Part X - Academic Policy - Chapter 10.03.030).

Submit nominations by Feb. 8, 2019

Nominator Information

Nominee Information
Please submit a separate letter of recommendation from someone other than the nominator to Chris Triplett via email at ctriplet@alaska.edu.

 

Contact

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Chris Triplett at (907) 786-1733 or ctriplet@alaska.edu.

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