Dean Gerald Lee Wilson Award for Excellence in Pre-Law Advising
Dean Gerald L. Wilson is a founding member of PLANC and was elected its first chair in 1984. As the person who compiled and edited the Handbook for Pre-Law Advisors, he is widely recognized as the preeminent pre-law advisor in the nation. He has been the pre-law advisor at Duke University for four decades.
The first recipient of the Dean Gerald Lee Wilson Award was announced at the 2012 PLANC National Conference in Washington, DC. The award will be given annually.
PLANC welcomes nominations for the Dean Gerald Lee Wilson Award. The Wilson Award nomination form is in three parts: nominator information, candidate details, and open-ended questions about the candidate.
Nominations are due Friday, January 25, 2019.
Nominations can be submitted online here.
Anne Brandt (2012)
Executive Director, LSAC
Jerry Polinard (2013)
Professor of Political Science, University of Texas-Pan American
Jim L. Riley (2014)
Professor Emeritus of Politics, Regis University
Mel Hailey (2015)
Professor of Political Science, Abilene Christian University
Karen Severn (2016)
Assistant Director, Office of Professional School Advising, Texas A&M University
Heather Struck (2017)
Assistant Dean and Pre-Law Advisor
Frank Guliuzza (2018)
Professor of Government and Dean of Academic Affairs
Patrick Henry College