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Established in 2010, the Shirley Aceto Award is awarded annually at the College of William and Mary "to a member of the instructional or professional faculty “who demonstrates most fully a commitment to excellence in service for the common good.” Established in 2010, the award is named for Shirley Aceto, whose dedicated service to the College as assistant to the provost spanned nearly four decades."[1]

The recipient is selected on a College-wide basis by a committee appointed by the president of the College and is acknowledged at Commencement Ceremonies each May.

Aceto Award Recipients

2011: Katherine Kulick

2012: Chon Glover

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