Awards

MWACSM is proud to present the following opportunities to recognize student and professional achievement throughout the region.

See below for more information about our awards and how to nominate.

To view current and past winners, click the corresponding year: 20152014, 2013


Past Founder’s Award Winners

2015 – Jeffrey Lemmer
2014 – Craig Broeder
2013 – Karin Pfeiffer
2012 – Dr. Brenda Reeves
2011 – David Lamb
2010 – Jim Pivarnik
2009 – Helaine Alessio
2008 – Elaine Betts
2007 – Lynn Darby
2006 – Barry Franklin
2005 – Tony Mahon
2004 – Jeff Betts
2003 – Lynn Millar
2002 – Jeff Edwards
2001 – Darlene Sedlock
2000 – Ann Snyder
1999 – Wayne Sinning
1998 – Richard Parr
1997 – Leonard Kaminsky
1996 – Merle Foss, Henry Montaye, Fazlola Nickhah
1995 – Richard Bowers
1994 – Tim Kirby


President’s Cup Poster Competition

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Selected graduate student from each of the ACSM’s regional chapters will have the opportunity to win a $1200 travel allowance to the national ACSM conference. See poster for more details.

Congratulations to Sarah Harper of Kent State University, the 2015 Midwest President’s Cup representative!


Outstanding Student Awards

The application process includes submitting a personal statement (or research study proposal), letters of nomination or endorsement, copy of resume, and academic transcripts.

  • Undergraduate Student Scholar Award
  • Graduate or Professional Student Scholar Award
  • Undergraduate Student Research Study Project Award
  • Graduate or Professional Student Research Study Project Award

Submission deadline is November 15.

Click Here for eligibility information and application details.

Please Submit Awards Application Materials Electronically to:
Katie Clark, Ph.D.
clarkke@mountunion.edu


Professional Awards

  • Professional of the Year Award
  • Founder’s Award

Submission deadline is September 15.

Click Here for more information on the Professional Of The Year Award.
Click Here for more information on the Founder’s Award.

Please Submit Awards Application Materials Electronically to:
Katie Clark, Ph.D.
clarkke@mountunion.edu


MWACSM ActiveU Competition

ACSM and EIM on Campus conducted an ActiveU competition, which searched for the most creative and sustainable collegiate program that utilizes the EIM on Campus principle of making physical activity an integral part of personal health care. The MWACSM EIM Committee is holding a similar ActiveU competition for colleges and universities within the Midwest region.

Submission deadline extended to October 1.

Click here for more information on the MWACSM ActiveU Competition Criteria.
Click here for information on how to start EIM on Campus at your college or university.

Please Submit Awards Application Materials Electronically to:
Angela Ridgel, Ph.D
aridgel@kent.edu