Humanitarian Service Award

Marilyn Price ('62)
Exposing city kids to nature's splendor

Jack Hood Vaughn ('43, M.A. '47)
International Agent of Peace

Lori Wood Knapp ('82)
Building Schools in Africa

Sheri Fink ('90)
Relieving Human Suffering

Jack Hood Vaughn ('43, M.A. '47)
A Lifetime of International Service

Doug Ross ('65)
Rebuilding Detroit Schools

Michael Posner ('72)
Fighting Injustice through Diplomacy

Lori Wood Knapp ('82)
Changing lives with clean water, safe shelter, food, and education

Around the globe, LSA alumni are working to end hunger, fight disease, improve education, and promote peace, among a host of other charitable causes. Every year we celebrate the humanitarian work of a few of these outstanding alumni.

Nominations due July 1, 2013

Nominate a deserving alumnus. Our altruistic alumni often go about their work quietly, so we need your help to identify graduates who have demonstrated an extraordinary level of service to humanity. This year's nomination deadline is July 1, 2013.

Humanitarian Service Award Nomination Form

Please use the online nomination form or mail nominations to: LSA Humanitarian Service Award, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, University of Michigan, 500 S. State Street, Suite 5000, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1382.

Entries should be limited to one typed page and include your contact information as well as your nominee’s. Supplementary information including press releases, newspaper and magazine articles, photos of your nominee performing service, etc., are also appreciated. Questions may be directed to 734-615-6376.

Hail! Hail! To Humanitarians

During homecoming weekend, the College of LSA invites the selected humanitarians back to campus for a luncheon in their honor. The honorees each receive a Humanitarian Service Award, LSA’s most prestigious alumni accolade.

LSA Humanitarian Service Award Winners

It's an inspiring list. Our past Humanitarian Award Winners have dedicated their lives to causes such as supporting cancer patients, building schools in Africa, combating human trafficking, and much more.


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