The purpose of the Regents Academic Staff Excellence Awards is to recognize the dedicated work, vital services, and outstanding contributions of the UW System’s non-instructional academic staff.
Two awards of $7,500 each will be made to non-instructional administrative or professional academic staff members in recognition of their exceptional service to the university. The funds for these awards are designated to support professional development or other activities approved by the recipients that enhance a university program or function.
An additional award of $7,500 will be made to a program primarily staffed by non-instructional administrative and professional academic staff in recognition of the important role played by academic staff in supporting students and their success. The funds for this award are designated to support program enhancements such as the staff recipients’ professional development or program-related supplies and expenses, or for other activities approved by the staff recipients that enhance a university program or function.
The awards process is administered by the systemwide Office of Academic and Student Affairs.
2022 Regents Academic Staff Excellence Awards Nominations
Submission Deadline: TBD
The 2022 Regents Academic Excellence Awards are expected to be presented at the June 10, 2022 Board of Regents meeting.
Recent Academic Staff Excellence Award Recipients
The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents will honor the 2020 and 2021 recipients of the Regents Academic Staff Excellence Awards at its meeting on June 4, 2021 at UW-Milwaukee.
The 2021 recipients include two individuals and one program:
- Dr. Malia Jones, Associate Scientist, Applied Population Laboratory, UW-Madison
- Kimberly Langolf, Director of Risk and Sponsored Programs, UW Oshkosh
- Project Success, UW Oshkosh
Dr. Malia Jones
Associate Scientist, Applied Population Laboratory, UW-Madison
Director of Risk and Sponsored Programs, UW Oshkosh
Members of UW Oshkosh’s Project Success: (back, from left) Jayme Reichenberger, William Kitz, and Sherry Nedens (front, from left) Megan Wikel, Mike Flanagan, and Ashley Lewandowski