Faculty Advisor Lifetime Achievement Award

The AMA Lifetime Achievement Award for chapter faculty advisors honors advisors who have significantly contributed to AMA over a period of years.

Nominations will be solicited in a call for nominees to the current AMA collegiate chapter faculty advisors. The nomination will be in the form of a one-page letter (sent via email) supporting the candidate by providing information pertaining to the above evaluation criteria.  The letter should include approximate dates of acting as the advisor, success of the chapter and service provided to the American Marketing Association’s Collegiate Chapters Division, plus any awards or recognition that the advisor has received.  

Eligibility
Significant service to the AMA as a current or past collegiate chapter faculty advisor.

Nominations Due - by Noon Central Time on January 14, 2015, emailed to collegiate@ama.org

Criteria for Evaluation of the Nominations

  • Longevity (Total number of years as AMA student chapter advisor) 

  • One sign of life long dedication to the American Marketing Association’s Collegiate Chapters is length of time as an advisor.

  • Chapter Success

  • The success of the chapter under the faculty advisor is the true mark of achievement for a collegiate chapter advisor.

  • Service to American Marketing Association’s Collegiate Chapters Division.

  • A dedicated advisor is not only important to the success of his/her chapter, but also instrumental in contributing to the overall welfare of the American Marketing Association-Collegiate Chapters Division.

Past Recipients

2014 
Lucille Pointer, University of Houston- Downtown
Dennis Sandler, Pace University

2013
Vish Iyer, University of Northern Colorado

2012
Mike Pearson, Loyola University- New Orleans

2011
J
ames “Jimmy” Peltier, University of Wisconsin- Whitewater
Dolly Loyd, University of Southern Mississippi

2010
Sylvia Keyes, Bridgewater State College 
Arno Kleimenhagen, University of Wisconsin–Whitewater
William F Motz, Lansing Community College