University of Iowa News Release
Feb. 2, 2004
Nominations Now Open for Hubbard Human Rights Award
The University of Iowa Human Rights Committee is now accepting nominations for the 2004 Philip G. Hubbard Human Rights Award, presented annually to a UI student who has made an outstanding contribution in the area of human rights during the previous year.
To be eligible, a student must be enrolled during the current academic year and be working on a course of study intended to lead to a degree. Nominations must be made to the UI Human Rights Committee in Room 249 in the Iowa Memorial Union by March 12.
The Hubbard Human Rights Award was established in 1981 to honor Philip G.
Hubbard, UI vice president for student services and dean of academic affairs
from 1966 to 1989. Hubbard was selected as a faculty representative to serve
on the first UI Human Rights Committee established in 1963 and dedicated
himself to human rights and equal opportunity throughout his distinguished
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