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About This Award
Patricia E. Askew came to the University in 1988 and served as Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from 1994 until her retirement in August 2005. Among her other passions, she was recognized for her commitment in addressing alcohol, other drug, and traffic safety problem prevention efforts. A strong champion of student leadership development, Mrs. Askew spearheaded the development of Illinois Leadership™, a multi-faceted leadership development program.
One award is presented to an undergraduate student who has demonstrated exceptional leadership on campus and who has been instrumental in creating or enhancing a registered student organization.
This recognition includes a monetary award.
This award is for any undergraduate student.
Nominator, please address the following in your nomination:
- Describe in detail how the nominee has made a significant impact on the quality of campus and/or community life.
- Describe how the nominee's contributions to campus and/or community life demonstrates exceptional leadership.