The SEAHO Report Feature Article of the Year Award was established in 2001 and first awarded in 2002. The SEAHO Report Editor(s) coordinates the SEAHO Report Feature Article of the Year Award selection. The SEAHO Report Editor(s) should submit copies of the SEAHO Report to each of the SEAHO State Editors. Under the leadership of the SEAHO Report Editor(s), the Committee selects the best feature article from the most recent three (3) issues following each annual conference. The Committee also has the opportunity to name up to two (2) other articles for "Excellent Submission" recognition. The SEAHO Report Editor(s) presents the awards at the annual conference. The Feature Article of the Year Award requests $50 annually to support this award initiative including $30 for the award winning plaque and $20 for "Excellent Submission" plaques.
Past recipients of the SEAHO Report Feature Article of the Year Award are:
2012: Carolynn Komanski, University of Florida
2005: Julie Peine, University of Florida
2004: Dei Allard, Univeristy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Bridging the Gap Between Faculty and Residential Life
2003: Renee Richard Snider, Valdosta State University, Where Have All The Good Candidates Gone?
2002: K. D. Linkous, Appalachian State University, A.D.V.I.S.O.R. Behavior