NEWS FROM ALUMNI RELATIONS
Alumni Relations needs you!
The Alumni Relations team is working hard in over 15 cities to build up regional calendars and help bring Haverford to you! In order to support our regional programming, we often look to alumni to host events and/or donate space. If you are willing to host an event at your home, or you have a conference room that you could donate for an after-hours gathering of fellow Haverford alumni, please let us know! Email email@example.com with your address, capacity information, and any other specifics that we should know. As always, we love hearing ideas for events you'd be willing to work on, so send those along too!
Thanks – Your Alumni Relations team
Alumni Awards Recipients
We are pleased to announce that the members of the Alumni Association Executive Awards Committee selected the alumni listed below to receive alumni awards during Volunteer Weekend, Sept. 29 - Oct. 1, 2006. The awards were presented on Friday evening at the Volunteer Dinner with President Tom Tritton and the Board of Managers in Founders Great Hall.
The Kaye Award for Exemplary Service in Career Development
The William Kaye Award is given for exemplary service to the College in career development. The award honors William Kaye ’54, past president of the Alumni Association and a strong advocate for career development resources for alumni and students. Exemplary volunteer service may include but is not limited to providing internships and/or externships, attending job fairs, providing career networking, or otherwise helping students and alumni in their careers.
Recipient - Dr. David G. Cook '64
The Macintosh Award for Exemplary Service in Admissions
The Archibald Macintosh Award honors the late “Mac” Macintosh ’21, Haverford’s first director of admissions, who also served as vice president and twice as acting president of the College. The award is given for outstanding service as an admissions volunteer.
Recipient - Paul I. Kandel '83
The Perry Award for Exemplary Service in Fund Raising
The Charles Perry Award is given for exemplary service to the College in fund raising. The award honors Chuck Perry ’36, who served as associate director of development from 1954-58, and then as the director of annual giving for the next 21 years.
Recipient - John F. Crawford '58
The Sheppard Award for Exemplary Service in Alumni Activities
The William E. Sheppard Award, honoring the late director of alumni relations, Bill Sheppard '36, is given for exemplary service to the College in alumni/ae activities, such as service in Haverford regional societies, class activities or programs.
Recipient - Joseph E. Ronan, Jr. '76