From left to right: Faith Clark, Beth Just, President Geary, Jaci Bush and Mary Meyers
Each year, the Alumni Association presents five awards to alumni and a faculty or staff member of the College. All but the Young Alumni Achievement Award are presented at Reunion. Recognizing alumni is the most prestigious honor the College bestows.
Sister Ann Edward Scanlon award, Sister Alice Lamb award, Sister Timothy Kirby Benedictine Spirit award and Scholastica Inspiration award - March 1.
Young Alumni Achievement Award deadline - Sept. 1
This award honors alumni, who like Sister Ann Edward Scanlon, demonstrate dedication to improving their communities, and through this dedication or in addition to it, show exceptional commitment to the College.
|Faith Clark ‘07, 2017 Sister Ann Edward Scanlon Award winner||Sister Ann Edward Scanlon|
This award honors alumni who are well established in their careers, contribute significantly to their professions, and maintain enduring commitment to the College.
|Beth Just ‘78, 2017 Sister Alice Lamb Award winner||Sister Alice Lamb|
This award honors alumni who credit the College by way of their professional achievements, and exemplify the Benedictine Values of Respect, Hospitality, Stewardship, Love of Learning, and Community.
|Jaci Bush '69, 2017 Sister Timothy Kirby Benedictine Spirit Award winner||Sister Timothy Kirby|
This award honors faculty or staff whose interest and concern for students have positively influenced the student community.
|Mary Meyers '87, 2017 Scholastica Inspiration Award winner|
This award honors alumni under age 40 who support the College with their time and/or talent and/or treasure, exhibit high achievement levels early in their careers, and live out the Benedictine values through service to others.
|Left: President Geary, pictured with Kristi Lundgren, the 2017 Young Alumni Achievement Award winner
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