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cpacs alumni award for excellence in public service.

The 2013 CPACS 40th Anniversary Celebration and Alumni Awards was held in April 2013 at the Scott Conference Center.

This year's honorees are:

Patrick O'Neil, School of Public Administration and Aviation Institute
Jen Carroll, Division of Continuing Studies
Stephen W. Rowoldt, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Todd R. Schmaderer, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Betty Foster, School of Public Administration and Department of Gerontology
Cynthia Robinson, Goodrich Scholarship Program
Chris Anderson, School of Public Administration
Julie Harris, School of Public Administration
Heather Bird, School of Social Work and School of Public Administration

Hubert Locke Award: Steven S. Martin

View the event program for more information about each award recipient.

Steven S. Martin
Steven S.
Martin
Patrick O'Neil
Patrick
O'Neil
Jen Carroll
Jen
Carroll
Stephen W. Rowoldt
Stephen W.
Rowoldt
Todd R. Schmaderer
Todd R.
Schmaderer
Betty G. Foster
Betty G.
Foster
Cynthia L. Robinson
Cynthia L.
Robinson
Chris Anderson
Chris
Anderson
Julie Harris
Julie
Harris
Heather Bird
Heather
Bird

 


about the cpacs alumni award for excellence in public service.

The university and community leaders established the College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) to ensure the university was responsive to the critical societal needs and concerns of our community and state. Critical to the mission of the new college was the provision of educational and training programs of the highest caliber that would prepare students for careers and leadership in the public service.

The individuals honored with the alumni award for excellence in public service demonstrate, through both their daily deeds and greatest achievements, the finest attributes of public and community service: integrity, stewardship, volunteerism, leadership, and a commitment to social justice and human dignity. They are a credit to their professions, their families, and our college. We congratulate them for this and all their achievements.

about the hubert locke distinguished service award.

This award was established in 2002 to honor an individual who has demonstrated exemplary commitment to the ideals of public service through their professional activities, community service, and philanthropy. Dr. Hubert Locke served as the first permanent dean of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service from 1972 to 1976. After leaving UNO, Dr. Locke joined the faculty of the University of Washington where he served as dean of the UW Graduate School of Public Affairs from 1982 to 1987. Dr. Locke's distinguished record of public and community service represent the highest ideals of CPACS. We are proud to recognize individuals who follow in his footsteps.

past recipients.

2013 CPACS Alumni Award for Execellende in Public Service and Hubert Lock Award for Distinguished Service

2011 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hubert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

2010 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hubert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

2009 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hubert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

2008 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hubert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

2007 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hurbert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

2006 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hubert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

2005 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hubert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

2004 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hubert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

2003 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hubert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

2002 CPACS Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Service and Hubert Locke Award for Distinguished Service

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