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The 2017 Women's Hall of Fame Nomination Cycle is Now CLOSED
The 2018 nomination cycle will open in December 2017


You may fill out a nomination form online by clicking here, or download a copy below. Please note that all materials must be received by 5:00pm on January 23, 2017, either by online submission, e-mail submission, fax, or by mail. If mailing a nomination form, please mail the packet at least 3 to 4 days in advance to ensure it arrives before 5:00pm on January 23, 2017.

To download a pdf copy of the nomination form, click here.

To download a word copy of the nomination form, click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can I nominate? Exemplary KU alumnae, faculty. and staff women of outstanding character who you believe have made significant contributions and have had an overall impact on a local and/or national level.

How do I nominate someone? Use our newly revised and easy-to-use nomination form! A word and pdf copy of the nomination form is attached above. You can even nominate a woman using our new online form: emilytaylorcenter.ku.edu/hall-fame-nomination-form

When are nominations due? January 23, 2017 by 5pm.

What is required in a nomination? Not much. The nomination form is only three pages long and focuses on how the nominee has inspired you and others. No letters of recommendation are required. With a little background on your nominee and a couple hours to spare, you can nominate a worthy woman.

Where do I submit forms? Completed forms can be emailed to emilytaylorcenter@ku.edu, turned in at our office, Wescoe Hall Room 4024, or mailed in: 1445 Jayhawk Blvd., Wescoe Hall Room 4024, Lawrence, KS 66045

Questions? Contact our nominations coordinator, Kathy Rose-Mockry, at krosemockry@ku.edu or any of us at the Center by phone at (785) 864-3552 or by email at emilytaylorcenter@ku.edu.


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