The Bryan School of Business and Economics

 

Distinguished Alumni Award

Award Criteria

The Bryan School Distinguished Alumni Award is presented to alumni of any business program at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro who have achieved outstanding success in business. The award recognizes exceptional achievement and significant contribution to the recipient's profession and to the business community.

Eligibility

Nominees must be alumni (undergraduate or graduate) of a business program of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Current members of the Awards Committee of the Bryan School Alumni Association and current full-time employees of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro may not be considered for the award. In selecting an award recipient, consideration will be given to nominees from all geographic locations and business professions.

Nominations

Nominations will be accepted for the 2013-2014 year through January 11, 2014. Nominations may be submitted by anyone except the nominee. Nominations are received on a rolling basis. All nominations will be considered active for five years, after which a person must be re-nominated to be considered. Selection of the award recipients will be made by the Awards Committee of the Bryan School Alumni Association. It is the intent that one award will be presented annually; however, the award is not required to be presented in any given year.

Nomination Checklist

  • Completed Nomination Form (required) Click here for nomination form.
  • Nominee's current Curriculum Vitae or Resume (suggested)
  • Two letters of support for the nomination (required). The letters may be from anyone who can attest to the nominee's qualifications for the award (employers, employees, clients and business associates, other alumni, etc.)
  • Additional supporting documents, such as newspaper or newsletter articles, websites, etc. (optional)

Questions

Any questions concerning the award of the selection process may be directed to the Dean's Office of the Bryan School of Business and Economics, 336-256-0376.