SUNYCUAD Hall of Fame

Cornell University

The State University of New York Council for University Affairs and Development (SUNYCUAD) established its Hall of Fame in 2003 to honor those individuals who have distinguished themselves, their institutions and the State University by their significant contributions to the organization and its mission of service and education.

Outstanding contributions to SUNYCUAD, SUNY/CURC, the PR Council or the Alumni Confederation, are measured by, but not limited to, service as a board member; leadership and/or a track presenter at annual educational conference; and advocacy for the organization at the System, state and legislative levels. Inductees must have been SUNY employees for a minimum of five years and have exhibited an exceptional work record, exclusive of SUNYCUAD service, within SUNY.

Each year, the SUNYCUAD Board of Directors will add up to two new Hall of Fame members. Formal inductions will take place during the annual SUNYCUAD Educational Conference. Each honoree receives a plaque and also has his or her name added to a permanent plaque that is housed in the first floor conference room at the State University headquarters in Albany. (In celebration of its 50th anniversary in 2003, SUNYCUAD inducted 50 inaugural members into its Hall of Fame.) See our current Hall of Fame members.

Nominations for the Class of 2016 should be sent to Tim Walsh, Associate Vice President, College Relations, SUNY Buffalo State, at walshtj@buffalostate.edu by April 1. You can also reach Tim by phone at 716-878-4201.