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Jeff and Linda Stone Leadership Awards

 

About 

The Jeff and Linda Stone Leadership Awards promote the development of leadership abilities in Auburn's engineering students. These awards were established by Jeffrey I. and Linda J. Stone to recognize Auburn Engineering students who have exhibited outstanding leadership in areas beyond engineering.

The annual award amount is $3,000. Up to three awards may be given annually contingent upon the pool of applicants and availability of funds.

Eligibility

The award is open to students majoring in engineering. Nominations may be made by Auburn University students, faculty or staff.

Criteria

Nominees should:

  • Be enrolled in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.
  • Demonstrate engagement in substantial leadership or volunteer activities outside the College of Engineering.
  • Demonstrate leadership in student organizations or service activities.
  • Be making a positive impact on others.

Examples of recipients would include SGA officers, artists, award winners, community volunteers and other exceptional engineering students.

Applicants and/or nominators should prepare an application package that includes:

  • A descriptive nomination or application letter that illustrates why the applicant/nominee is a strong candidate for this award.
  • Additional materials that support the applicant's/nominee's candidacy, examples of which may include a resume, letters of recommendations, descriptions of leadership activities, etc.

Nomination deadline

Nominations are due March 19. The selection committee will be appointed by the dean of engineering. The number of awards presented each year is contingent upon the pool of applicants and availability of funds. Recipients will be honored at the College of Engineering's spring awards ceremony.

If you have any questions about the online nomination process, please contact Katie Hardy at 
hardykc@auburn.edu.

Nominations may be made by Auburn University students, faculty or staff.

Last Updated: 4/4/18 7:55 AM