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Nominate An Outstanding Alumnus Today For A 2012 Alumni Award

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Since 2003 TFAS has recognized its most distinguished alumni with annual awards celebrating their accomplishments. The 2012 awards program will continue this tradition by presenting three alumni and one chapter with awards for their successes, dedication and service to TFAS. The 2012 Awards will be presented during Alumni Weekend this June in Washington, D.C.

Now is the time to nominate deserving alumni for the 2012 awards. CLICK HERE to nominate alumni today! The deadline for nominations is Friday, April 27. For detailed award criteria, please visit the Alumni Awards webpage.

Award Descriptions

The Kevin Burket Alumni Service Award
Named for Kevin Burket (E 86) who passed away in 2007, this award is given to an alumnus who has exemplified commitment to TFAS by volunteering his or her time in an effort to enhance and further the TFAS mission.

Alumni Achievement Award
This award is presented to an alumnus who has achieved success in his or her professional field.

Young Alumnus Award
This award is given to an individual under 30 who is active with TFAS and has shown great promise in his or her profession.

Chapter of the Year Award
This award is presented to a chapter that has demonstrated extraordinary initiative in bringing alumni together.

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