Distinguished Service to International Education

In support of the University’s vision of cultivating excellence among the next generation of scholars and leaders in the global community, International Affairs has established the Citation for Distinguished Service to International Education. 

This citation honors an individual within the university community who has an extraordinary record of distinguished, meritorious and longstanding service to international education at UNT. This individual's principal duties do not include campus internationalization. 

Nominations Due No Later than October 29, 2021

Nomination Form

Citation recipient will receive an honorarium suitable to the high status of this award.
Any UNT individual or group may make a nomination. 

Past Recipients Include: 

Year

Recipient

College or Department

1985
Milan Reban 
Political Science
1986 
Arthur Gionet
World Languages, Literatures and Cultures
1987 
Thomas Preston 
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
1988 
Cora Martin
Studies in Aging
1989 
Harold Heiberg  
College of Music
1990 
Gene Cho 
College of Music
1991 
Robert Erdle  
College Visual Arts and Design
1992 
Linda Jahn 
International Admissions
1993 
John Baen  
Business Administration
1994
Howard Smith  
College of Education
1995 
Witold Brostow  
Materials Characterization
1996 
Joseph Banowetz
College of Music
1997 
Marie-Christine Koop 
World Languages, Literatures and Cultures
1998 
Youn-Kyung Kim
Merchandising and Hospitality Management
1999 
J. Lynn Johnson
Management
2000   
David Hartman
Community Service
Emile Sahliyeh 
Political Science
2001 
Rollie Schafer
Vice Provost for Research
2002 
Foster Roden 
Finance, Insurance, Real Estate and Law
2003 
Linda Di Fiore 
College of Music
2004   
Steven Friedson 
College Music
Mitchell Land
Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism
2005 
Lou Pelton
Marketing
2006 
Steve Cobb
Economics
2007 
Miguel Acevedo 
Geography
2008 
Delores K. (Dee) Knight 
Merchandising and Hospitality Management
2009 
Ricardo Rozzi
Philosophy and Religion
2010   
Garry Landreth 
Center for Play Therapy
2010
Sue Bratton
Center for Play Therapy
2011 
Alan Albarran 
Radio, Television and Film
2012 
James Meernik 
Political Science
2013 
Floyd Del McDaniel
Physics
2015 
Sandra Spencer
Women’s and Gender Studies
2016 
Carmen Terry 
World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
2017
Cynthia Mohr
College of Visual Arts and Design
2018
James Kennedy
College of Science
2019
Nancy Nelson
College of Education
2020
Doug Henry
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
2021
Chiachih DC Wang
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences