In 2018, we will celebrate our 100th birthday.
In February 1918, the Division of Home Economics – later to become the College of Family and Consumer Sciences – was established as part of the University of Georgia College of Agriculture.
From the beginning, we were shaped by trailblazers and visionaries, folks who through their scholarship, teaching and research displayed an unbending commitment to advancing the principles of domestic science.
As we celebrate our centennial in 2018, we are looking to honor 100 individuals who brought strength, conviction and commitment to the ideals of the profession and through vision and hard work shaped our programs, advancing our ability to serve students and enrich lives through research at UGA.
This is where we need your help. Who do you think are some of the most influential people who helped shaped the College of Family and Consumer Sciences?
Was there a faculty member who motivated you to pursue your dreams? A staff member who always believed in you and pushed you to excel?
Nominate them to be a FACS 100 Centennial Honoree!
These individuals can be alumni, past or present faculty or staff members, friends, donors, or anyone you think is deserving of such an incredible honor.
Deserving individuals may be honored posthumously, and you can nominate as many people as you’d like.
Nominating is easy!
Click this link for more information and to submit your nomination(s) today, or nominate via “snail mail” if you prefer.
Just send us a concise nomination letter (up to two pages) explaining why you feel the nominee deserves to be recognized as a FACS 100 Centennial Honoree based on your personal or professional experience with the nominee or knowledge of his or her credentials.
Mail nominations to:
College of Family and Consumer Sciences
224 Dawson Hall, 305 Sanford Drive
Athens, GA 30602
Deadline for nominations is November 5, 2017.
Selections will be made by a committee that includes FACS faculty, college leadership, staff, alumni and students.
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