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MWSU seeks nominations for Centennial ‘Griffon Notables’

In preparation for its centennial celebration in 2015, Missouri Western State University continues to accept nominations for Griffon Notables – students, alumni, faculty, staff or community members who have made a positive impact on Missouri Western.

“As we look back on 100 Years of Transforming Lives, we want to honor those who have had a role in transforming Missouri Western into the institution it is today,” said Colleen Kowich, director of alumni relations and centennial steering committee co-chair.

Notables may be recognized for:

  • Demonstrated excellence in service to the university
  • Continuous commitment to Missouri Western and its mission, vision and legacy
  • Professional achievement and distinction that contribute to University pride
  • A pioneering spirit reflected in starting a new program, or greatly expanding an existing program
  • A pivotal role in the university’s establishment and growth.

Nominees may be living or deceased. Nominees will not be contacted in advance of selection. Self-nominations will be accepted.

Nominations will be accepted through Dec. 1 on the Centennial website, www.missouriwestern.edu/centennial. Those selected will be listed on the website, and living notables will receive a congratulatory letter from Dr. Robert Vartabedian, Missouri Western’s president, as well as an invitation to the Founders’ Day celebration in September.

For more information, contact Kowich at 816-271-5650 or ckowich@missouriwestern.edu.

Missouri Western State University is a comprehensive regional university providing a blend of traditional liberal arts and professional degree programs. The university offers student-centered, high quality instruction that focuses on experience-based learning, community service, and state-of-the-art technology. Missouri Western is located in St. Joseph, Mo., and is committed to the educational, economic, cultural and social development of the region it serves. Visit www.missouriwestern.edu.

2014-11-17T08:47:59-05:00