Jack Wood Award for Town Gown Relations
View the 2016 Jack Wood Award Recipients here
Nominations are closed
Jack Wood, former Mayor for the then-Town of Fairfax, was the driving force for arranging a campus to be located on land adjacent to the town and deeding it to the university, thus beginning a Town Gown relationship for the university.
In his honor, the George Mason University Office of Government and Community Relations presents this university/community-wide awards program to recognize those who demonstrate leadership in fostering mutually beneficial relationships between the university and the community over the past year. The award may be given in six categories:
• Elected Official/Staff
• Community Member
• Mason Student (Individual or Group)
• Partnership Initiative (A program or partnership between a Mason entity and an external organization(s) that benefits both the university and community.)
Nominations, including self nominations, for the 2017 Jack Wood Award for Town Gown Relations are currently closed. Award recipients will be selected and notified by March 27, 2017, with an award ceremony to be held on May 11, 2017 during the Board of Visitors’ meeting.
For questions or additional information, please contact Traci Kendall, 703-993-8846 or email@example.com.