Wayne Westling Award for University Leadership and Service
The Wayne Westling Award for University Leadership and Service was created
by the UO Senate at the 14
November 2001 and the 5
December 2001 meetings of the UO Senate (see for further
The award is named in honor of Professor Wayne Westling, Professor of Law
at the University of Oregon from 1979-2001, renown across campus for his
unswerving and selfless commitment to faculty governance at the University
of Oregon. It is given to a faculty or staff member for their outstanding
and long-term leadership and service to the university. The Committee on
Committees is responsible for establishing the selection criteria, soliciting
nominations, screening candidates, and recommending the recipient to the
senate for its approval. The senate president serves as an ex-officio member
of the Committee on Committees for this yearly award activity.
Senate President Tublitz spoke
concerning Wayne Westling at the UO Senate Meeting 22 May 2002.
May 22 2002. Peter B Gilkey (Mathematics)
May 28 2003. Peter
von Hippel (Chemistry)
May 26 2004.
by Senate President Marcus when presenting the Westling award to
R Hyatt (Director, Law Library)
May 25 2005. James Earl (English)
May 31 2006. Jeffrey Hurwit
May 23 2007. Suzanne
May 28 2008.
May 27 2009.
May 26 2010.
(Photo courtesy of N. Tublitz).
|last update 27 May 2010 by ms