On Wednesday, November 19, development professionals and others from across UK’s campus will be recognized at the annual Terry B. Mobley Awards celebration. Recipients are nominated by faculty, staff and students for excellence in furthering UK’s philanthropic efforts.
The awards are designed to honor the extraordinary development career of Terry B. Mobley by recognizing and rewarding staff who have demonstrated outstanding performance and professional achievement. Mobley served the University for 27 years as chief development officer and retired as Vice President for Institutional Advancement.
Awards are presented in the following categories:
Professional Achievement Award for a development professional staff member who has UK development tenure of five or more years.
Rising Achievement Award for a development professional staff member who has UK development tenure of less than five years.
Front Line Award for a development support staff member – one recipient from a college or program and one recipient from the Office of Development.
Development Service Award for a UK administrator, faculty or professional staff member who has demonstrated extraordinary support for the development efforts at the University.
Deans, associate deans, full–time faculty, development professionals, students and support staff may nominate individuals for the Terry B. Mobley Awards. Creativity, stewardship, teamwork, service, professionalism, leadership and development–related activities and events are criteria to be considered in making the nominations.
The nominating period ended on Friday, October 24, 2014. A more detailed explanation of each award is are available here (Terry B. Mobley Development Awards Guidelines).
A committee of past award recipients and other development staff will review the nomination forms and decide upon honorees in each of the categories. Award recipients will receive a commemorative engraved julep cup and an honorarium generated by the Terry B. Mobley Awards Endowment. Their names will also be added to a recognition wall located in the Sturgill Development Building.