Name of Honor: The John P. "Jack" Taylor Distinguished Career Service Award
Awarded by: St. Lawrence University
Criteria: The John P. “Jack” Taylor Distinguished Career Service Award is given periodically to recognize distinguished service to the University by an administrator who has worked at
St. Lawrence for a minimum of twelve years as of August 1 of the year it is to be presented and who sustains the high standards of performance exemplified by Jack Taylor’s long and distinguished service as Director of Dining Services. Its purpose is to recognize devotion to students and workmanship of high quality in a well-respected member of the campus community. The names of recipients are now added to a plaque on the wall outside of Vilas 109.
Eligibility: Administrative employees with at least 12 years of service are eligible. Administrators who do not qualify are: the President and Senior Staff, professional librarians (who are considered faculty), faculty who are currently administrators but still have faculty status and previous award recipients. Included are: Part-time administrators and coaches, as well as administrators who are “faculty by exception."
Selection process: Nominations are solicited each spring by the President of the University. The President shares nominations with members of the Senior Staff, who select a finalist.
Opportunity for presentation: Generally awarded at Convocation.
Staff liaison: William L. Fox, president of the university
Associate Dean of Student Life
Chemistry Lab Coordinator
Director of Institutional Research
Director of Academic Services for Students with Special Needs
Rene M. Murphy Thatcher
Edna R. Dana
Lisa M. Cania
Community and Employee Relations (formerly University Relations)
Associate Director of Personnel Services
No John P. "Jack" Taylor Distinguished Career Service Award was given this year.
John P. "Jack" Taylor
Director of Dining Services