Alumni Board calls for Staebler Service Award nominations
The Staebler Award is a program of the Neil Staebler Fund for Political Education at the Ford School. The Staebler Fund was established in 1987 to honor Neil Staebler (AB '26), one of Michigan's leading political figures. Staebler, who passed away in 2000, devoted his public life to improving democratic government by increasing the participation of citizens in all aspects of public affairs.
The Staebler Award recognizes a Ford School alumnus or alumna for outstanding professional achievement consistent with Staebler's dedication to excellence in public service. Qualified alumni will have demonstrated a commitment to engaging with the public policy challenges of our world through professional accomplishments and/or public service through volunteerism. Volunteer service to the Ford School is also considered.
Any member of the Ford School community is invited to submit a nomination; only Ford School alumni are eligible to be nominated.
Nominations are due by June 30. Visit fordschool.umich.edu/alumni/staebler-award to learn more.
Below is a formatted version of this article from State & Hill, the magazine of the Ford School. View the entire Spring 2014 State & Hill here.