Award Applications are NOW Open!
Each year, the Coalition for Sexuality and Gender Indentities (CSGI) honors individuals and programs that contribute significantly to the field of higher education working with college students.  Award recipients will be recognized in conjunction with the 2019 Annual ACPA Convention in Boston, Massachusetts.
 
Nomination and Award Selection Timeline
October 8, 2018 - Award Nominations OPEN
November 9, 2018  - Award Nominations CLOSE
December 7, 2018 - Award winners announced
 
The application is available by clicking here.
 
Nomination Process
We invite you to nominate yourself and/or fellow colleagues for the awards listed below.

Julie B. Elkins Outstanding Service: For significant contributions to CSGI through their support of and efforts for LGBT awareness in ACPA.

Public Service: For significant contributions to higher education and to their institution (or other institutions around the country) through support of and efforts in LGBT awareness.

Val DuMontier New Professional: Recognition of a new professional (1-5 years in the field) who has made significant contributions in the area of LGBT awareness.

Research Recognition: Recognition for completed or ongoing research on LGBT issues.

QTIPOC Advocacy Award: For significant student or staff advocacy for QITPOC communities

Nominations for the individual awards should include:

  • The name, title, institution, and contact information of the nominated individual.
  • The award to be considered.
  • Description of how this individual’s work is consistent with the education and advocacy mission of CSGI.
  • Explanation of how the individual has made contributions specific to the award (research, public service, Coalition service, new professional, etc.).
  • The name, title, institution, and contact information of the nominator.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email Tony Boykin-King at antonio.king@unt.edu

Awards Committee
Each year, CSGI seeks members to help with the nomination review process. Individuals who serve in this capacity are crucial to the success of the awards process. Members of the committee will be asked to review nominations, and submit written feedback in order to help make the final decisions. Information about being apart of the process will be sent out each fall.

 

Past CSGI Award Recipients:

2018 Awards

Val DuMontier New Professional Award
Amanda Slichter
Lehigh University 
 
QTPOC Advocacy Award
Gary Santos
Florida International University
 
Public Service Award
Joshua Love
Texas State University
 
Julie B. Elkins Outstanding Service Award
Olajiwon McCadney
Lebanon Valley College
 
Research Recognition Award
Pat Tetreault
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

2017 Awards

Val DuMontier New Professional Award
Christine Dolan
University of California, Santa Barbara
 
Public Service Award
Brad Freihoefer
Iowa State University
 
Julie B. Elkins Outstanding Service Award
Kathleen Hobson-Bond
University of North Texas
 
Research Recognition Award
Amanda Mollet
University of Iowa

2016 Awards

Val DuMontier New Professional Award
Chelsea Fullerton
Lehigh University
 
Public Service Award
Pat Tetreault
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 
Julie B. Elkins Outstanding Service Award
Mark Chung Kwan Fan
Saint Louis University
 
Research Recognition Award
Reginald Blockett
Indiana University-Bloomington
 

2015 Awards

Val DuMontier New Professional Award
Andy Cofino
Princeton University
 
Public Service Award
Jonathan Pryor
University of Missouri-Kansas City
 
Julie B. Elkins Outstanding Service Award
Danielle Nied
Saint Louis University
 
Research Recognition Award
Burr Hartman
Indiana State University
 

2014 Awards

Val DuMontier New Professional Award
Jennifer Giblin
Old Dominion University
 
Public Service Award
Maria Bonifacio
University of Alaska-Anchorage
 
Research Recognition Award
Darris Means
North Carolina State University
 

2013 Awards

Val DuMontier New Professional Award
Lorraine Schroeder
University of Houston

SCLGBTA Public Service Award
Riley B. Folds

Julie B. Elkins Outstanding Service Award
Tony Kearney

SCLGBTA Research Recognition Award
Larry Long
Michigan State University

2012 Awards

Val DuMontier New Professional Award
Ethan Grey Hutchinson
Guilford College
 
SCLGBTA Public Service Award
Parker T. Hurley
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
 
SCLGBTA Research Recognition Award
Daniel Tillapaugh
University of San Diego