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Nominate An Outstanding Alumnus – 2011 Alumni Awards


John Sweda (E 97) accepts his Kevin Burket Alumni Service Award in 2010.
John Sweda (E 97) accepts his Kevin Burket Alumni Service Award in 2010.

Since 2003, TFAS has recognized successful and dedicated alumni with a number of distinguished awards. In 2010, four awards were given to three alumni and one chapter. Now is the time you can help nominate deserving alumni for the 2011 awards:

Kevin Burket Alumni Service Award (recognizes service to TFAS)
– John Sweda (E 97) 2010 Recipient

Alumni Achievement Award (recognizes career/community achievement)
– James H. Ritchie (E 83), 2010 Recipient

Young Alumni Award (recognizes alumni age 30 or younger for service/achievement)
– Mary Ellen Burke (J 05), 2010 Recipient

Chapter of the Year Award (recognizes innovation and activity)
– Serbia Chapter, 2010 Recipient

CLICK HERE to nominate alumni today! The deadline to nominate is Friday, February 11, 2011.

For more information, past recipients and detailed criteria for each award, please visit the Alumni Awards page on our website.

PLEASE NOTE: All Alumni Award winners must be present to win. Award winners will be presented with their award at the Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. from April 14-15, 2010. If they cannot be present to accept, the award will be given to a runner-up. Please contact alumni@TFAS.org with any questions or concerns.



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