The University of Tampa National Alumni Association is seeking nominees for
its annual alumni awards. The awards recognize outstanding community service or
Last year’s honorees included former Tampa Stadium manager and Tampa Sports
Authority executive director Joe Zalupski and his wife, Vilma, former provost at
St. Petersburg Junior College, and Tony Saladino, a Sports Illustrated “Hometown
Hero” in 1995 who was recipient of the Greater Sertoma Club’s 1988 Service to
Mankind and Tampa Sports Club’s 1992 Citizen of the Year awards.
Nominations for the 2003 awards must be received by March 15. A description
of each award follows.
Esse Quam Videri Outstanding Alumni Award is the highest award that can be
given to a UT graduate. Recipients must be UT alumni, have records of
outstanding service to the University or the National Alumni Association, and
have records of outstanding career achievements or civic involvement.
Alumni Achievement Award recognizes alumni who have made great
accomplishments in their lives. Recipients must be UT alumni and have records of
outstanding career achievements or civic involvement.
Young Alumnus Award recognizes and encourages continued support and service
by young alumni of UT. Recipients must have records of outstanding service to UT
or the National Alumni Association, have records of outstanding career
achievements or civic involvement, and must be age 35 or younger.
Service and Recognition Award recognizes and thanks those individuals who
have shown great support for UT and the National Alumni Association. Recipients
are not UT alumni.
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