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Julius M. Nolte Award Winners

April 2, 2017

  • 2016 – Thomas Gibbons, Northwestern University
  • 2015 – James Shaeffer, Old Dominion University
  • 2014 – David Schejbal, University of Wisconsin-Extension
  • 2013 – No award recipient
  • 2012 – Roger Whitaker, The George Washington University
  • 2011 – Sue C. Maes, Kansas State University
  • 2010 – Gary W. Matkin, University of California – Irvine
  • 2009 – Wendell L. Smith, University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • 2006 – James P. Pappas, University of Oklahoma
  • 2005 – Craig D. Weidemann, The Pennsylvania State University
  • 2004 – Michael Shinagel, Harvard University; Alexander N. Charters, Syracuse University
  • 2002 – Gordon H. (Nick) Mueller, University of New Orleans
  • 2001 – Robert Senecal, The University of Kansas
  • 2000 – Edward G. Simpson, Jr., The University of Georgia
  • 1999 – Robert G. Simerly, Florida State University
  • 1998 – Miriam Williford, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
  • 1997 – Daniel W. Shannon, University of Chicago
  • 1996 – Robert H. Boyd, University of North Dakota
  • 1995 – Grover J. Andrews, University of Georgia
  • 1992 – Quentin H. Gessner, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; James E. Weigand, Indiana University
  • 1990 – Harold A. Miller, University of Minnesota
  • 1988 – Leonard Freedman, University of California-Los Angeles; Harvey Stedman, New York University
  • 1987 – John C. Snider, Colorado State University
  • 1986 – Rosalind K. Loring, University of Southern California; William L. Turner, North Carolina State University
  • 1985 – Jean C. Evans, University of Wisconsin
  • 1984 – Joseph P. Goddard, University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Milton R. Stern, University of California Berkeley
  • 1982 – Thomas W. Mahler, The University of Georgia
  • 1981 – Lowell R. Eklund, Oakland University
  • 1980 – Robert F. Ray, The University of Iowa
  • 1979 – Armand L. Hunter, Michigan State University
  • 1978 – Floyd B. Fischer, The Pennsylvania State University; Paul E. Hadley, University of Southern California; T. Howard Walker, University of Kansas; Thurman J. White, University of Oklahoma
  • 1977 – Stanley C. Robinson, University of Illinois
  • 1976 – Nicholas P. Mitchell, University of South Carolina; Lloyd W. Schram, University of Washington
  • 1975 – Paul H. Sheats, University of California-Los Angeles; Charles F. Milner, University of North Carolina
  • 1974 – Charles H. Lawshe, Purdue University
  • 1973 – Stanley J. Drazek, University of Maryland
  • 1972 – James E. Arnold, University of Tennessee System; Ben F. Gustafson, University of North Dakota
  • 1971 – Harold Glen Clark, Brigham Young University; Ernest E. McMahon, Rutgers University
  • 1970 – John R. Morton, University of Alabama; Everett J. Soop, University of Michigan
  • 1969 – D. Mack Easton, University of Colorado
  • 1968 – Robert E. Tidwell, University of Alabama
  • 1967 – Lorenz H. Adolfson, University of Wisconsin
  • 1966 – Edward L. Keller, The Pennsylvania State University
  • 1965 – Bower Aly, University of Oregon

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