APhA-ASP Outstanding Chapter Advisor Award
The APhA-ASP Outstanding Chapter Advisor Award was established in 1988 to recognize advisors of APhA-ASP chapters who have promoted with distinction the welfare of student pharmacists through various professional activities.
The nominee must: 1) be either an associate or active member of APhA; 2) have been an active chapter advisor for at least one year; 3) have actively promoted student welfare; 4) made documentable contributions to achievements of the chapter; and 5) must not be a past recipient of the award.
- Nomination form
- A letter from the nominator describing the most important achievements of the nominee and explaining why the nominee meets the criteria for the award
- Three letters of recommendation are required; a maximum of 6 letters accepted
- A current CV or detailed résumé
For individuals not selected as the recipient of this award, nominators have the opportunity to have packets forwarded to the following year’s Awards Standing Committee for their review. APhA Student Development Staff will contact the nominator each year prior to the deadline to obtain approval for re-nomination and to update any nomination materials. If the nominator has graduated or cannot be reached, the chapter president will be contacted. Packets will be forwarded for a maximum of 4 consecutive years.
The selection is made by the APhA-ASP Awards Committee based upon careful review of complete nominations.
Nature of the Award
The recipient receives a plaque and the following: a complimentary APhA Annual Meeting registration and reimbursement for meeting-related travel expenses, according to current travel policies and up to the maximum amount budgeted by APhA.
2017 - Valerie Ruehter, University of Missouri-Kansas City
2016 - Cheroke Layson-Wolf, University of Maryland
2015 - Macary Marciniak, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2014 - Carol A. Bugdalski-Stutrud, Wayne State University
2013 - Thomas O. Munyer, University of Florida
2012 - Gary E. DeLander, Oregon State University
2011 - Michael Doherty, University of Cincinnati
2010 - Eddie Dunn, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
2009 - Cameron Lindsey, University of Missouri-Kansas City
2008 - Nanci Murphy, University of Washington
2007 - Lynn Simpson, University of Houston
2006 - Regina Caldwell, University of Kentucky
2005 - Tina Penick Brock, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2004 - Todd D. Sorensen, University of Minnesota
2003 - Michael Z. Wincor, University of Southern California
2002 - Samuel C. Augustine, University of Nebraska Medical Center
2001 - Theodore G. Tong, University of Arizona
2000 - Robert L. Day, University of California, San Francisco
1999 - Stephanie J. Phelps, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
1998 - Gerald L. Cable, The Ohio State University
1997 - Mary Euler, University of Missouri-Kansas City
1996 - Marc W. Harrold, Duquesne University
1995 - Shara Zatopek, University of Houston
1994 - Charles K. Born, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
1993 - Angela Solis, University of Texas at Austin
1992 - Dennis M. Williams, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1991 - Donald G. Floriddia, University of the Pacific
1990 - William A. Hopkins, Jr., Mercer University
1989 - Gary S. Chappell, South Dakota State University
All nominations are due annually by November 1.