Committee on Awards for Service to Princeton

Each year, the Alumni Association recognizes and honors members of the Princeton family (alumni, faculty, staff, students or friends) who have served Princeton significantly, but often inconspicuously — our true unsung heroes. In mid-March, the nine-member Committee on Awards for Service to Princeton reviewed nominations for award winners and selected the award recipients, who were announced at the annual meeting of the Alumni Council held during Reunions.

Service to Princeton Award with alumnus at podium.

Nominate a Princetonian for Service to Princeton

The committee invites your nominations of those who have served or are serving Princeton in a significant way. Please provide detailed information as to how the nominee has served Princeton. The selection committee bases its decisions upon the material submitted by the nominator(s). The most successful presentations have included stories or anecdotes about the nominee along with a history of the candidate's volunteer contributions to Princeton.

Nominations should be made no later than February 26, 2021.

2021 Service to Princeton Honorees

The Alumni Council Award for Service to Princeton recognizes outstanding service contributions to Princeton by any member of the Princeton family, with special emphasis on those who serve significantly, but inconspicuously. Award recipients are recognized at events during Reunions.

Frederick E. Cammerzell III ’72

Frederick E. Cammerzell III ’72

Nancy H. Lin ’77 S76 P10

Nancy H. Lin ’77 S76 P10

Susan Katzmann Horner

Susan Katzmann Horner ’86 S79 P20

Laurence Latimer

Laurence Latimer *01

Committee Members and Leadership