Mohan Singh Award given by the American Public Health Association, for the use of humor in health education and health communication, 2010
Curulis Award given by UNO Student Government for service to students beyond
the classroom, Dec. 2, 2010.
William M. Kizer Light of Wellness Team Award winner (in a team of five UNO
faculty/staff) given by the Wellness Council of the Midlands, November 4, 2010.
Chair’s Partnership Award given by United Way of the Midlands to F1RST (Falls
Intervening, Reaching Seniors Together) Committee, sponsored by National Safety
Council (NSC), Greater Omaha Chapter (Dr. Corbin is Chair of the F1RST
program). This recognition is for the organization's work in many health and safety
areas, but particularly for their exemplary work in Senior Fall Prevention over the
last few years. Kay Farrell is Chief Executive Officer NSC. 2009.
Metro Omaha Medical Society's Community Service Award (for contributions to tobacco prevention projects in Metro Omaha), January 11, 2005.
Project Extra Mile's "Community Advocate Award of
Excellence," Nov. 3, 2000. Project Extra Mile has been nationally recognized by the National Crime
Prevention Council, National Association of Governors' Highway Safety Representatives,
and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Appointed, in 1999, by Governor Johanns to the following: 1) Excellence in Healthcare Council and 2) the Nebraska Preventive Health Advisory Committee.
Distinguished Service Award from the Nebraska Public Health Association, Sept. 16, 1999.
Heartland Division of the American Cancer Society's "Outstanding Volunteer Award," Omaha, NE, May 21, 1999.
Recipient of the C. Lynn Vendein Award for excellence in exercise programming
for older adults from the Council on Aging and Adult Development (a council
with the the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation
and Dance). St. Louis, MO, March 22, 1997.
Public Health Leadership Award, Nebraska Public Health Association,
Oct. 18, 1995
Nebraska Health Professional of the Year, Nebraska Association for
Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Oct. 27, 1995
Recipient of the University of Nebraska at Omaha Excellence in Teaching
Award, April 9, 1993
Recipient of the Rosabel Koss Honor Award from the Council on Aging
and Adult Development (a council within the American Alliance for Health,
Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance). Indianapolis, IN, April 9,