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CUGH Global Health Leadership Awards

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

The Consortium of Universities for Global Health wishes to acknowledge the accomplishments and commitment of outstanding individuals who contribute to the advancement of global health worldwide. 

CUGH has three awards that will be presented at its annual Global Health Conference. There may be more than one awardee per category.

They are open to all.

AWARDS CATEGORIES:  
  • The CUGH Distinguished Leadership Award
  • The Mid-Career Leadership Award
  • CUGH Young Leader Award

NOMINATION PROCESS: 
CUGH members can nominate an individual who meets the criteria below by doing the following: 
 
Submit a brief statement (under 250 words) as to why the nominee is worthy of the award (limit one submission per person per award).
Include the nominee’s bio, if available (please keep bios brief; no more than 250 words).


NOMINATION DEADLINE:
Send nominations by September 15th, 2019 to
[email protected] .  Late submissions will not be accepted.
 
SELECTION PROCESS:  A CUGH Nominations and Awards Committee comprised of at least 7 members from CUGH Board of Directors and committees will review the nominees and rank them according to the award’s criteria. The top 5 nominees for each award will be sent to the CUGH Board of Directors and Executive Director who will make the final selection through a vote/conference call discussion.
 
CUGH Distinguished Leadership Award
Eligibility:  Open to individuals working within and outside academia.
Award criteria – a candidate must have:
     
Demonstrated a long-term, profound commitment to global health;
Made an exceptional contribution to improving global health, through interdisciplinary activities across research, education and/or service.
Demonstrated outstanding leadership skills in her/his field resulting in significant, lasting benefits for global health outcomes particularly for the world’s poor;
Inspired excellence among peers and staff and be well-respected in the global health community nationally and internationally; and
Played a pivotal role in advocating for, implementing or advancing global health policies and/or programs.
 
CUGH Hall-Sewankambo Mid-Career Leadership Award
Eligibility:  Be between age 30 and 50 in the year the award is given (eg: as of December 31, 2020 for 2020 awards).
Open to individuals working within and outside academia.
Award criteria – a candidate must have:
 
 Demonstrated a proven commitment and consistent record of outstanding achievement in one or more of the areas of global health education, research, advocacy and/or service;
Worked to reduce health disparities particularly within low-income communities;
Established collaborations with colleagues in resource poor settings;
Demonstrated strong leadership abilities.
 
CUGH/Wasserheit Young Leader Award
Eligibility: Be under the age of 30 the year the award is given (eg: as of December 31, 2020, for 2020 award).
Open to individuals working within and outside academia.
Award criteria – a candidate must:
Possess a record of outstanding achievement in one or more of the areas of education, research, advocacy and/or service, particularly targeting the reduction of health disparities;
Have established collaborations with colleagues in resource poor settings;
Have demonstrated strong leadership abilities.