Paul Hadley Retired Faculty Service Award
This award acknowledges special service by a retired USC faculty member to any academic or administrative unit at USC following their retirement. Nominees must have made outstanding voluntary contributions toward enhancing the overall quality of university life for students, faculty, staff, alumni, retirees, or other members of the USC community, and have contributed to the positive collegial spirit of the Trojan Family.
The Paul E. Hadley Faculty Award for Service to USC is typically presented every year at the annual Provost’s Faculty Retirement Luncheon in November. This year, the award will be presented at the annual holiday breakfast. Awardee receives $500 and a special plaque.
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Criteria for this award:
- Nominee must be a retired USC faculty member who has worked at USC for a minimum of five years.
- Retired USC faculty nominee should have made significant contributions to the creation, improvement, or enhancement of any academic program, department, school, or administrative unit following retirement.
- A letter of nomination is required, and it should be accompanied by at least one letter of endorsement that offers additional insights or evidence of the nominee’s contributions.
- Nominations can be made by anyone in the USC community, including active and retired USC faculty and staff, and USC alumni.
Nominations are collected by the USC Emeriti Center. The Selection Committee consists of representatives form the Retired Faculty Association (RFA) Board, Staff Retirement Association (SRA) Board, a representative of the Deans of Faculty Council.
The deadline for nomination is Friday, November 19, 2021.