Distinguished Purdue Alumni Scholars
The 2023 Honorees were recognized at an awards program and reception on March 22, 2023. Pictured from left to right: Butler Center Director Dr. Sang Eun Woo, Dr. Gladys M. Francis, Dr. Patrice Buzzanell, Dr. Seetha Raghavan, Dr. Peter Hollenbeck, Dr. Linda Mason.
The Office of the Provost in partnership with the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence considers nominations for the Annual Distinguished Purdue Alumni Scholars award to honor alumni who earned a Purdue doctorate, have made significant scholarly contributions to their respective academic communities, and in doing so have contributed extensively to the advancement of women in academia.
By recognizing academic alumni of distinction, we also acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Purdue’s faculty to mentoring these successful scholars, and recognize Purdue’s role in diversifying university faculty across the nation. At the same time, we demonstrate to Purdue’s undergraduate and graduate students the many benefits of a Purdue graduate degree. The honorees are role models to all scholars in the making.
The call for nominations for this award is typically made late in fall and the honoree/s is/are recognized at a reception in mid-spring. All alumni, regardless of sex, who meet the award criteria, including having made significant contributions to the advancement of women in academia, are eligible to be nominated for this award.