Recognition

OSUEA and each affiliate have recognition as an important part of membership. Service to the organization, leadership, curriculum design, teaching, research, communication tools, innovative programming and audience impact are recognized by professionals in each affiliate and by OSUEA.

Application deadline for all of the following awards & grants is:
Monday, October 16, 2017

OSUEA Newer Faculty Award - The newer faculty award recognizes superior achievement for faculty w/less than 7 years of Extension experience. Awardees will receive a plaque and $200 stipend, sponsored by Dale & Alice Hoecker.  Up to 5 awards are given annually.

OSUEA Experienced Faculty Award - The experienced faculty award recognizes superior achievement for faculty w/more than 7 years of Extension experience. Awardees receive a plaque and a $200 stipend, sponsored by Dale & Alice Hoecker.  Up to 5 awards are given annually.

OSUEA Professional Faculty (administrative support) - Professional (administrative support) faculty includes non-classified positions that provide support to program, administrative, or serve operational functions of the OSU Extension Service.  The purpose of this award is to recognize and reward outstanding and exceptional service to the organization by professional faculty (administrative support) members within the OSU Extension Service.

OSUEA Educational Program Assistant Recognition - The OSU Extension Service employs educational program assistants (EPA) who manage and assist in many program areas. Educational Program Assistants are non-clerical, classified employees under the direction of Extension faculty who assist in coordination, promotion, and evaluation of program elements.  

OSUEA Classified Staff Award – This award is to recognize and reward outstanding and exceptional service by classified and management employees within the Oregon State University Extension Service.

OSUEA Team Award - The award recognizes efforts on the part of a team of Extension Faculty, staff or both in responding a specific educational program or effort within the OSU Extension Service.

OSUEA Search for Excellence Award - The OSUEA Search for Excellence program recognizes outstanding Extension education effort, innovation and impact.  Only current members of the OSU Extension Association are eligible to enter. For team projects to be considered, at least one project leader must be a member of OSUEA.  Applications for both teams and individuals in a wide range and scale of deserving programs from county to multi-state efforts are considered.  Programs/projects completed within the past 2 years are eligible.

OSUEA Cooperator Award  -  Each year, OSUEA honors individuals, organizations and businesses who have made significant contributions to Extension programs. It is through these cooperators that Extension is able to accomplish so much. Awards are given in the following categories:

A. Individuals with fewer than 10 years of service
B. Individuals with 10 years or more of service
C. Businesses or organizations (no time limit)

  • OSU Extension Service Awards

The Oscar Hagg Extension Communications Award– To recognize superior and distinguished achievement by Extension personnel--individuals, groups, and teams--who have helped Oregonians resolve difficult problems through Extension education programs by effectively utilizing planned, innovative and creative communications skills, techniques, and vehicles and technology .  The recipient will receive $1,000. One-half of the amount will be used by the recipient(s) in their current or prospective Extension communication program; the other half will be used by the recipient(s) at their discretion to fund activities that will enhance their professional effectiveness (e.g., travel to professional meetings, additional training, purchase of books or subscriptions to journals).

Hoecker Innovative Grants Program - The Dale and Alice Hoecker family established the Extension Innovative Grants Program in 2001 to encourage creative Extension programming. The purpose of the grant program is to encourage and support Extension faculty in developing/replicating and delivering programs that address a high priority need of an Oregon target audience through creative and innovative approaches. This grants program is only for new projects or programs (funding existing programs is not allowed). The project may be a replication program or of new design but must be β€œnew” for the respective applicant.

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