The Distinguished Alumnus Award is the highest award presented by the Texas A&M University College of Dentistry Alumni Association. It serves to honor alumni who have contributed distinguished service to the college and/or the dental profession. Eligible candidates must be alumni of Texas A&M University College of Dentistry.
Nominations are solicited from the alumni, faculty and staff and are reviewed by the selection committee. The selection committee is composed of the dean, the secretary/treasurer of the BCD Alumni Association board of directors, and one representative each from the 50- and 25-year reunion classes. The award is only presented if the Selection Committee determines that there is a suitable candidate for this honor.
The award is presented during Homecoming festivities. The recipient is announced at the BCD Alumni Association's Annual Business Meeting/Reception. The recipient is listed, along with past recipients, on the association's Wall of Honor.
Using the Nomination Form, nominations should be submitted to the college's Office of Advancement, Communications & Alumni Relations by using the online form, or via mail, fax or e-mail (see form for contact information) no later than March 28.
Please note: Nominations received after the deadline will be deferred for review in the subsequent year.
See the List of Past Award Recipients of the Distinguished Alumnus Award.
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