Hobart C. Jackson Service Award

Award Name: 
Hobart C. Jackson Service Award
Award Description: 
The Hobart C. Jackson Service Award is presented to a faculty or staff member who has provided outstanding service to African American KU Students. The Hobart C. Jackson Service Award was established in 2000 to recognize extended, sustained, and exemplary service to the African American students of the University community. The award was named for Hobart C. Jackson, Jr. an Architecture faculty member and the inaugural president of the Black Faculty and Staff Council. The award may be given posthumously.
Award Unit: 
KU Units
Award Eligibility: 
University-wide
Award Owner: 
Black Faculty & Staff Council
Award Rank: 
Open
Award Call: 
Fall
Award Application Deadline: 
Spring
Award Summary: 
Oustanding service to African American students.
Award Application Process: 
Yes
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