Emory University and the Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives recognizes three individuals each year for their contributions to Emory and its global impact.

The Marion V. Creekmore Award for Internationalization is given each year to an Emory faculty member who excels in the advancement of the University's commitment to internationalization. The award was established by the generous gift of Claus M. Halle and honors the work of Marion V. Creekmore, who served as Emory University's inaugural vice provost for international affairs and first director of The Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning. Past Recipients.

The Sheth Distinguished International Alumni Award, established by the generous gift of Madhu and Jagdish Sheth, Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Marketing, seeks to recognize Emory University's international alumni who are highly distinguished either nationally or internationally in their business, profession, or life's work and who have made outstanding contributions to humanity, science, art, or human welfare. Past Recipients.

The International Outreach Award was created in 2012 to recognize professional staff who have made significant contributions to Emory's internationalization through the programs, schools, and units in which they serve, and who also extend Emory's reputation by contributing their expertise to international professional networks in their respective fields of research, teaching, and higher education. Past Recipients.

More information on nomination criteria.
 

Note: To recommend more than one individual, you will need to submit separate nominations. Nominations will be kept in consideration for two years. Nominations from before 2017 must be resubmitted to be considered in 2019.

Please direct any questions you may have to Sofia Munoz at sofia.nallive.munoz@emory.edu.

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