Special Honors and Awards

H. Wesley Perkins, Ph.D.


2005 Project Director of Alcohol Education Project that received a U.S. Department of Education "Model Programs in Higher Education" award for the development of a program with demonstrated effectiveness in prevention of abuse among college students at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. This is the second time the award was given to the Project with Perkins as a director.

1999 Outstanding Service Award given by the Network of Colleges and Universities Committed to the Elimination of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse. This national award is given to the person who has made a significant career contribution to prevention work in higher education at both the local and national level. The person is selected in a vote by network members from among yearly nominees.

1999 Project Director of Alcohol Education Project that received a U.S. Department of Education "Model Programs in Higher Education" award for the development of a program with demonstrated effectiveness in prevention of abuse among college students at Hobart and William Smith.

1997 Faculty Prize for Community Service at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. The award honors a faculty member from this institution who is nominated for outstanding service to the college community and selected by college-wide peer review. This award was shared with Professor David Craig of the Chemistry Department for their innovative efforts to raise awareness about alcohol use and abuse and to reduce misperceptions of student norms in the college community.

1993 Faculty Prize for Scholarship at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. The award honors one faculty member from this institution who is nominated for outstanding scholarship and selected by college-wide peer review.

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