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Alumni Awards

 

Earlham College presents alumni awards each year to Earlhamites who have demonstrated excellence or achievement in a chosen career, service to the College, active participation in service and volunteer organizations or service to the Society of Friends, or outstanding achievement in athletics. These honors include the Outstanding Alumni Award, Distinguished Service Award, and induction into the Earlham College Athletics Hall of Fame.

See the full list of award recipients throughout the years.

2019 Honorees

This year, the College is pleased to honor Avis Stewart `74 as the recipient of Earlham's 2019 Outstanding Alumni Award, and Stephen Heiny and Charles Meyer `69 as recipients of the Distinguished Service Award. Read their bios.

Karman Duchon `11 (women's soccer), John Guthre `64 (men's soccer), Fintje Lehman `93 (women's lacrosse/women's soccer) and Chris Shaw `10 (football/men's track & field) will be the newest inductees into the Earlham College Athletics Hall of Fame.

 

Nominations

Outstanding Alumni and Distinguished Service Awards

The Alumni Council is currently accepting nominations for the 2020 Outstanding Alumni and Distinguished Service Awards. Please submit your nomination by December 31 to be considered for the following year's awards ceremony.


Athletics Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame Selection Committee is currently accepting nominations for inductees. Please submit your nomination by March 15 to be considered for that year's awards ceremony.

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