LCSC's Hanson earns Region V Scott Goodnight Award
Lewis-Clark State College Dean of Student Services Andrew (Andy) Hanson has received the Scott Goodnight Award for Region V.
The award annually honors a dean who has made exemplary contributions to the student affairs profession.
Hanson received the award during a staff meeting Tuesday morning at the LCSC Library. Registrar Diane Douglas, who presented Hanson with his award, nominated Hanson for the honor, with letters of support from Laura Hughes, Debra Lybyer, Soo Lee Bruce-Smith, Bob Sobotta, and Steve Arnold.
Hanson is only the third person from Idaho and first from LCSC to be honored as the winner of Region V, which consists of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, Montana, Utah, Washington, Alberta, and British Columbia.
Hanson is now eligible for the national award.
All those who were nominated were evaluated for the award on the following criteria.
• sustained professional service in student affairs
• high level competence in administrative skill
• merited stature among and support of students, faculty, and fellow administrators on the campus served
• innovative response in meeting varied and emerging needs of a campus
• effectiveness in the development of junior staff members
• significant contributions to the field through publication of professional involvement; and
• Leadership in university and community affairs.