The Veloyce Glenn Winslow, Jr. Award

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The Veloyce Glenn Winslow, Jr. Award honors the graduating man believed to be the most outstanding in the areas of leadership, scholarship, integrity, and service in the campus community. This award was established in 1966 to memorialize the achievements of Veloyce Glenn Winslow, Jr., who died tragically while serving as vice president of the student body at UC Davis.

The selection criteria for this award are:

Winners are presented with a plaque and $500 by the Chancellor at their commencement and are honored with a commemorative gift.

This award is one of five Student Recognition Awards that UC Davis gives out.

Winners:

2013 - Asadullah Awan
2012 - Dev Malhotra
2011 - Don Ho
2010 - Jerome Atputhasingam
2009 - Ivan Carrillo
2008 - Matthew Engle
2005 - Christopher Jones (Biochemistry and Molecular biology)
2002 - Patrick Sukeforth (Economics)
2001 - Edgar Chen (Political Science & Asian American Studies)
2000 - Noah Cuttler (Political Science)
1999 - Rafael Yaquian (Community and Regional Development)
1998 - Thomas Duncan (Community Development)
1997 - Todd Feinberg (environmental policy analysis and planning)
1996 - Aaron Carruthers (Political Science & Communication) and Neil S. Tilley (Music & German)
1995 - Ryan J. Jones (English & History)

Runner-Ups are awarded The Chancellor's Award of Merit

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