CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH
NICHOLAS PERKINS HARDEMAN ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP
AWARD RECIPIENTS

 

2013-2014

Carl Fischer, Comparative Literature Classics, CLA

 

2012-2013

Jalal Torabzadeh, Mechanical & Aerospace Enginneering, COE

2011 - 2012

No Recipient

2010 - 2011

No Recipient

2009-2010

No Recipient

2008-2009

Praveen K. Soni, Marketing

2007-2008

Elaine Haglund, Educational Psychology & Administration

2006-2007

Margaret Merryfield, Chemistry and Biochemistry

2005-2006

Craig Smith, Film and Electronic Arts

2004-2005

Betsy Newell Decyk, Philosophy/Psychology

2003-2004

Wayne E. Dick, Computer Engineering and Computer Science

2002-2003

David Hood, History

2001-2002

Simeon J. Crowther, Economics

2000-2001

Barbara George, Finance, Real Estate, and Law

 

1999-2000

Joan McCauley, University Library

1998-1999

No Recipient

 

1997-1998

Barbara Franklin, Kinesiology & Physical Education

 

1996-1997

Simon George, Physics and Astronomy

 

1995-1996

Jack Munsee, Physics and Astronomy

 

1994-1995

Dorothy M. Goldish, Chemistry and Biochemistry

 

1993-1994 (FIRST YEAR AWARD GIVEN ON BEHALF OF THE PRESIDENTS' ASSOCIATES - FUNDS NO LONGER AVAILABLE IN THE ENDOWMENT GIVEN BY ANONYMOUS DONOR IN 1989

Helen Cheney Gilde, English (Deceased)

 

1992-1993

Russel E. Orpet, Educational Psychology & Administration

 

1991-1992 (FIRST YEAR AWARD GIVEN AS THE NICHOLAS PERKINS HARDEMAN ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP AWARD - ACADEMIC SENATE RESOLUTION OF FEBRUARY 13, 1992)

Frank Alfieri, Biology

 

1990-1991

Gene Dinielli, English

 

1989-1990

Nicholas P. Hardeman, History (Deceased)

Mrs. Ada Mae Hardeman

 

FIRST AWARD PRESENTED ON APRIL 27, 1989 DUE TO THE GENEROSITY OF AN ANONYMOUS DONOR. THE DONOR REQUESTED THAT THE FIRST RECIPIENT OF THE AWARD BE PROFESSOR BEN CUNNINGHAM, JOURNALISM, AND CHAIR OF THE ACADEMIC SENATE.

PROCEDURES AND CRITERIA FOR THE ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP AWARD WERE APPROVED BY THE ACADEMIC SENATE ON NOVEMBER 16, 1989. THE AWARD IS ADMINISTERED BY THE FACULTY PERSONNEL POLICIES COUNCIL.

1988-1989

Ben Cunningham, Journalism (Deceased)