Sahlin Eminent Faculty Award
WSU’s Sahlin Eminent Faculty Award was first presented in 2000. This award is the university’s highest faculty honor.
The criteria for the Sahlin Eminent Faculty Award are as follows:
- Recipient must be a full-time Washington State University faculty member
- Recipient must have served the university for a minimum of 10 years
- Recipient must have changed the thinking in his or her field by making lasting contributions through teaching, research, creative scholarship, and service
- Recipient must have contributed notably to the vitality and strength of the Washington State University Community
Nominators are asked to submit the nomination form, a copy of the nominee’s curriculum vitae, and a narrative of 1000 words or less, stating why the nominee meets the award criteria and is deserving of the award. Please do not submit additional information during the initial phase. At a later date, the nominator(s) may be asked to provide additional supporting information, such as additional letters of support, upon request from the selection committee.
Previous Award Recipients
2022 recipient John Roll
2021 recipient Douglas Call
2020 recipient John Browse
2019 recipient K.W. Hipps
2018 recipient Mark G. Kuzyk
2017 recipient Kelvin Lynn