Awards won by Student Affairs staff, departments, and programs
CPAK Hall of Fame
Dr. Angela B. Taylor was nominated as an Inductee College Personnel Association of Kentucky (CPAK) Hall of Fame. Dr. Taylor will be recognized as a new inductee during the CPAK Conference in February 2022.
Dr. Angela B. Taylor received the Mid-Level Professional Award during the SACSA Annual Conference in November 2021. The Mid-Level Professional Award is given to a mid-level professional who has provided exemplary service to the Southern Association for College Student Affairs (SACSA) and on a college or university campus.
Each year the University of Louisville recognizes the incredible work of faculty and staff with the annual presidential excellence awards. Congratulations to our winners in 2022!
Cardinal Principles Champions
The Cardinal Principles Champions award is designed to honor our faculty and staff who have demonstrated one of the Cardinal Principles at the highest level of impact.
Community of Care
Kathy Meyer, Office of Student Involvement, Associate Director of Student Activities
From the nomination:
"Kathy has also been instrumental in the development and support of serving some of the most vulnerable students here at the University of Louisville. Kathy was crucial in securing the gift from Commonwealth Credit Union to renovate the Cardinal Cupboard, the campus food panty that supports students, staff, and faculty. Through design, construction, renovation, and opening Kathy has been intentional and detail oriented to ensure that every aspect of the Cardinal Cupboard is meeting the needs of our users. The operations have continued to be refined through this first year of operating the new space. I cannot champion Kathy enough; I am appreciated of how she gives of herself wholeheartedly and sets high expectations for herself and others. Kathy does not only teach servant leadership, but she also models it every day."
Outstanding Performance Award Winners
The Outstanding Performance Awards recognize university staff (both exempt and nonexempt) who inspire others through their outstanding dedication and commitment to UofL.
Colleen Martin, Disability Resource Center, Director of Student Disability Resource Center
From the nomination:
"Through serving in various roles in the DRC, she has shown what it means to be committed to student success. The mission of the DRC is to provide support for students with documented disabilities by promoting equal access to all programs and services. Colleen embraces this mission, and you will often find her advocating for equal access for students. As the Director of the DRC, Colleen has been a steadfast leader. She is thoughtful, innovative, and determined. She thinks through complex issues and when solving a problem, you know that Colleen has considered many options. Staff that have worked with Colleen speak of her commitment to the team and the office. She is responsible, hardworking, and an excellent communicator. The University of Louisville is lucky to have an employee like Colleen."
Presidential Commission Awards
Commission on the Status of Women
COSW Champion of Advocacy
Stella Wang, International Student and Scholar Services, International Admissions Coordinator & Recruiter