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Tobin Award

The Beverly S. and Eugene M. Tobin Employee Awards

Nomination Form (Electronic)

Nomination Form (Hard Copy)
Nominations are now being sought for The Beverly S. and Eugene M. Tobin Employee Awards, an annual recognition award for Hamilton College Administrators, Staff and Maintenance & Operations Employees.

Monetary awards are made each year from an employee-generated fund established in 2003 to honor Gene Tobin, Hamilton College's 18th president, and his wife Beverly. The fund honors the couple's 23 years of service to the Hamilton community.

One hundred and thirty donors contributed to the endowed fund allowing for annual awards of at least $500. Contributors include Hamilton employees and friends of the College.

Awards will normally be given annually to one representative from each of the College's three non-faculty groups of employees: administrators, staff members and maintenance and operations workers. Nominations are currently being solicited and may be made by any employee or student. Nomination forms are available electronically at the link above or in paper copy at the Physical Plant. 

Completed nomination forms should be returned to Human Resources in March of each year. Check with the HR Office for the deadline.

Award criteria include making significant improvements in College services; showing innovation, imagination or creativity on the job; taking significant interest in and participating in College activities; demonstrating job performance that consistently exceeds expectations; and exemplifying integrity and dedication to the College mission and goals.

The College's Senior Staff will select the award recipients. The winners of the Tobin Awards will be announced at the Service Recognition Luncheon for Administrators, Staff, and Maintenance & Operations Employees in May.

Gene Tobin came to College Hill in 1980 as an assistant professor of history. In 1983, he was promoted to associate professor, followed in 1988 by his promotion to full professor.  During his tenure as a faculty member, he served as chair of the history department (1986-88) and director of the American studies program (1983-88).  From 1988 to 1993, he was dean of the faculty, serving as acting president for five months prior to being named Hamilton's 18th president in December 1993.

Contact: Human Resources
Phone: (315) 859-4302

Contact Information

Human Resources

Philip Spencer House
College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
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