Epsilon Sigma Phi Leadership Awards Deadline - November 10

Epsilon Sigma Phi is awarding three leadership awards to honor professionals who exemplify personal integrity, teamwork, program leadership and work/life balance at Fall Conference.

Epsilon Sigma Phi Early Career Leadership Award - https://go.unl.edu/etzm
Epsilon Sigma Phi Mid Career Career Leadership Award - https://go.unl.edu/uxog
Epsilong Sigma Phi Established Leadership Award - https://go.unl.edu/63d4

Award nominations are due November 10th to Leslie Crandall, ESP Awards Chair.

The forms can also be found at: https://sites.google.com/site/nebraskacoopextassn/sections-1/esp

We are thankful for everyone who submitted nominations last year, and are proud to present these awards again in 2017.

Here are the criteria for these awards:

• Anyone can nominate another faculty member.
• More than one person work together to nominate someone.
• Nominators do not have to be members of ESP to submit an award nomination.
• Nominees do not have to be members of ESP to be nominated or receive the award.
• The three awards are based on total years of service in Extension (0-10; 11-20; and 20 plus) including years in other state systems.
• Nominators will be required give specific examples of leadership that are asked in the nomination form.
• Nominations will be submitted to Leslie Crandall, ESP Awards Chair, for review by Friday, September 30.
• The ESP Awards Committee will review applications.
• Nominations will be reviewed for appropriate scale of work/leadership for the professional’s level and the years of service.
• Nominators will sign off and date the nomination forms as a final form of submission.
• Award winners will be presented at the NCEA Awards Banquet.

If anyone has any questions about the awards, please contact Leslie Crandall, Randy Saner, or myself.

David E. Lott
Input. Individualization. Learner. Arranger. Responsibility.
District Extension Educator – Horticulture
402 W. State Farm Road
North Platte, NE 69101