Name of Honor: J. Calvin Keene Award
Awarded by: St. Lawrence University
Criteria: The Keene Award is given to a faculty member in recognition of high standards of personal scholarship, effective teaching and moral concerns by which Dr. Keene has conducted his personal and professional career.
Eligibility: Any faculty member is eligible for this award.
Selection process: Nominations are solicited each spring by the Dean of Academic Affairs staff. A selection committee is composed of the faculty Vice-Chair of the Professional Standards Committee, the Chair of the Faculty Council, the University Chaplain, the Dean of Academic Affairs and the president and vice president of Omicron Delta Kappa. This committee forwards a recommendation to the President.
Opportunity for presentation: The Keene award generally is given at Convocation each fall.
Staff liaison: Valerie Lehr, vice president of the University and dean of academic affairs
Government and International Studies
Fine arts, posthumous award
Economics and associate dean of the first-year
Dr. J. Kerry Grant
Robin H. Lock
Thomas L. Berger
J. Mark Erickson, geology
Alan Draper, government
Glenn Harris, Environmental Studies
Patti Frazer Lock, Mathematics
No J. Calvin Keene award was given this year.
David H. Richardson, Economics
Ruth Kreuzer, Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures
Ahmed I. Samatar, Government
J. Ansil Ramsay, Government
Patricia Alden, English
Stuart L. Hills, Sociology
David Hornung, Biology
Donald C. Peckham, Physics
Lawrence Baron, History
Bernard J. Lammers, Government
Robert N. Wells, Government
Samuel S. Stradling, Chemistry
J. Kenneth Munson, Music
Lauren V. Clute, Economics
Donald R. Makosky, English
Henry H. Crimmel, Philosophy
Joan Donovan, Speech
Robert M. Crowell, Biology