The Erick Nilson Achievement Award and Grant is an Award and Grant (U.S.) designed to recognize outstanding Christian leadership and contributions made by university faculty and administrators in the United States and provide a grant to the recipient to further the cause of Christ at the university. The deadline for receiving nominations for the 2000-2001 award and grant, either by email, snail mail or by other electronic means, is Wednesday October 31st, 2001.
To honor the memory of Erick Nilson's life and contributions as a Christian professor of Agronomy at Kansas State University, as the faculty advisor to Campus Crusade for Christ from 1966--1989 and as one of the key organizers in forming the Christian Faculty Fellowship at Kansas State University (of which he was first president) in cause of Jesus Christ.
To honor worthy and eligible professors and administrators who likewise contribute to the cause of Jesus Christ through their life and achievements at the university. To provide a maximum grant of $1000.00 per year to furtherance of the cause of Christ at the university. The recipient will receive an engraved plaque that they will keep as a token of appreciation for their outstanding work.
1990-1991: Susan Gibson, Anatomy, Montana State University
1991-1992: Gary Ferngren, History, Oregon State University
1992-1993: John "Row" Rogacki, Engineering Mechanics, The Air Force Academy
1993-1994: Dennis Lynch, Forestry, Colorado State University
1994-1995: Chris Macosko, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota
1995-1996: Jeffrey Russell, History and Religious Studies, University of California at Santa Barbara
1996-1997: Donald Ludwig, Director, Intramural Recreation, University of Southern California.
1997-1998: Dallas Willard, Philosophy, University of Southern California.
To be awarded to a qualified faculty member or administrator in good standing at a four year university located in the United States of America.
A significant contribution to the cause of Christ through personal ministry and/or spiritual leadership at the university.
To make a nomination, simply follow the 4 steps below.