new deadline of April 19 for Nash Prize Dinner – Recipient: Ian Kennedy
Deadline extended to Monday, April 19, 2010
Please join us on Monday evening, April 26, 2010 for the 3rd Annual Charles P. Nash Prize celebration dinner to recognize the achievements of this year’s recipient, Ian Kennedy.
The Charles P. Nash Prize, funded by the campus community and Charlie’s family and friends, is awarded by the Davis Faculty Association, Davis Division of the Academic Senate, and UC Davis Academic Federation to commemorate Charlie Nash’s exceptional achievement in and commitment to promoting shared governance, and his work in advocating for faculty interests and welfare. This Prize is awarded to the nominee who most clearly represents advocacy, achievement and dedication within a body of service that exemplifies Charlie’s legacy.
Please reserve no later than 5:00 p.m. Monday, April 19 by sending your $35 per person check, made payable to “UC Regents” to:
Academic Senate Office
Attn: Nancy Kilpatrick
402 Mrak Hall
Monday, April 26, 2010
Alumni Center, UC Davis Campus
6:00 PM: Registration
6:30 PM: Dinner
$35.00 per person for dinner, paid in advance
For more information please contact Nancy Kilpatrick at firstname.lastname@example.org or 530-753-2220.
If you would like to invest in Charlie’s principles and community, please add your support for this Prize with an endowment check made payable to the UC Davis Foundation, with a notation ‘For the Charles P. Nash Prize,’ and send the check to:
UC Davis Foundation – Charles P. Nash Prize
1480 Drew Avenue
Davis, CA 95618
Attention: Melissa Ivanusich
The Charles P. Nash Prize Committee:
Alan Jackman, Committee Chair, Professor Emeritus, representing the
UC Davis Academic Senate
Barbara Goldman, Associate Director of Teacher Education, representing the
UC Davis Academic Federation
Krishnan Nambiar, Associate Professor, representing the Nash Family
Robert Rucker, Professor Emeritus, representing the UC Davis Faculty
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