Boston University School of Education presents annual awards to alumni who have shown significant dedication to the School of Education, to their profession, and to the betterment of their community.
Each year, Boston University School of Education presents the Ida M. Johnston Award and the Dean Arthur Herbert Wilde Society Award.
In order to receive the Ida M. Johnston Award the recipient must show distinction in at least two of the following categories; the Dean Arthur Herbert Wilde Society recipient must show distinction in at least one category:
- Distinguished Service to Alma Mater, conferred upon alumni who have made significant contributions to Boston University, School of Education;
- Distinguished Service to the Profession, conferred upon alumni whose work within their profession has brought them national recognition or whose work has contributed significantly to the advancement of their chosen profession;
- Distinguished Service to the Community, conferred upon alumni who, whether through volunteer service or paid work, have contributed significantly to the betterment of their community or to the circumstances of a group of individuals.
To nominate an alumni, please visit here.
View past winners here.