Louis and Frances Maslow Award

Name of Honor: The Louis and Frances Maslow Award

Established: 1981

Awarded by: St. Lawrence University

Criteria: The Maslow Award is given annually to a faculty member who has shown the most interest in and understanding of the education and welfare of the student body as a whole.

Eligibility: The recipient may be any member of the faculty chosen by the President from among nominees selected by a committee consisting of the Dean of Academic Affairs, the Chair of the Professional Standards Committee, the Vice-Chair of the Faculty Council, the President of the Senior Class, and the President of the Thelomathesian Society.

Selection process: Nominations are solicited each spring by the Dean of Academic Affairs staff. The selection committee membership is stipulated by the endowment fund language and is cited above.

Opportunity for presentation: The Maslow award generally is given at Convocation each fall.

Staff liaison: Valerie Lehr, vice president of the University and dean of academic affairs

2012
Abye Assefa 
Sociology 

2011
Martha Chew Sanchez
Global Studies

2010
Kirk Fuoss
Performance and Communication Arts

2009
Marina Llorente
Modern Languages and Literatures

2008
John Collins
Global Studies

2007
Traci Fordham-Hernandez
Performance and Communication Arts 

2006
Margaret Kent Bass
English 

2005
Danielle Egan
Sociology

2004
Elizabeth Regosin
History

2003
Laura Rediehs
Philosophy

2002 
Joan A. Larsen
Reference/Instructional Services

2001
Catherine Crosby-Currie
Psychology

2000
Betsy Cogger Rezelman
Fine Arts

1999
Ron Flores
Sociology

1998
Loraina Ghiraldi
Psychology

1997
Natalia Singer
English

1996
Valerie Lehr
Government

1995
Dottie Hall
Sport and Leisure Studies

1994
Thomas Greene
Psychology

1993
No Louis and Frances Maslow Award given this year.

1992
Peter J. Bailey
English

Allen C. Rogerson
Biology

1991
Eve Stoddard
English

1990
Darlene M. Hantzis
Speech

1989
Grant Cornwell
Philosophy

1988
Robert Schwartz
History

1987
Frank D. Whalen
Psychology

1986
Joseph Kling
Government

1985
Ronald Hoffman
Sport and Leisure Studies