Leaders in Service
Leaders in Service Hall of Fame for the Social Sciences
The Southwestern College Leaders in Service Hall of Fame for the Social Sciences was established in 2009 in order to honor alumni and friends who have shared significant achievements in the social sciences as represented by the fields of political science, history, religion, philosophy, leadership, anthropology, and psychology.
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Candidates for induction into the Southwestern College Leaders in Service Hall of Fame will be considered for induction based on a high degree of professional achievement in the social sciences. A high degree of achievement is one in which the exceptional skills and abilities of the candidate are exemplified by, but not limited to, the following measures: tenure, leadership position, board membership, publications, graduate degrees, firm partnership, and sacrificial service. Candidates must have been a student at Southwestern College or have given service to Southwestern College.
Nominations will be received from alumni and friends of the college. In order for a nomination to be formally accepted, a completed nomination form must be submitted to the nominations committee. Nominations will be sought via college publications and communications. Once an individual is formally nominated, that name will remain eligible for selection for induction for five years. After that time has passed, if not selected, the given individual must be formally nominated again to be considered for selection. The nomination pool will be managed and maintained by the alumni department.
Determined by Social Sciences Division.
Number of Inductees
The number of inductees for the inaugural year will be seven, of which a maximum of three may be inducted posthumously. After the inaugural year of the Southwestern College Leaders in Service Hall of Fame for the Social Sciences, the maximum number of inductees per year will be three. A maximum of one posthumous inductee is allowed per year.
Members of Leaders in Service Hall of Fame for the Social Sciences
Southwestern College alumni who have made significant achievements as leaders in service are recognized annually in this hall of fame. Beginning with the inaugural year of 2009, many notable Moundbuilders will be honored by having their names placed here.
Randy E. Eshelman '07/'09
Barbara (Johnson) Isely '64
Mabel Madeline Southard, class of 1899
F. David Froman '68
Sandra Gasca-Gonzalez '94
John William "Bill" Todd '61
Bishop Bruce Blake
Harry H. Dunn '23
Pedro M. Esquivel '62
Scott C. Hecht '90
Carl M. Metzger '71
Victor C. Sherring '41
Larry D. Eason '55
Eugene L. "Gene" Lowry '55
J. Myrne (Richards) Roe '58
M. Kristine (Lange) Cheatum '59
Forrest J. Robinson '44
James M. "Jim" Shultz '61
Billie A. Day '60
Lyman S. Johnson '28
Hon. C. Darnell Jones II '72
A. J. "Jack" Focht '57
Hon. Loy W. Henderson '15
Carl E. Martin '60
M. Kim Moore '71
F. James "Jim" Robinson '80
Edward H. Salm
Hon. David H. Swartz '64
2015 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
2015 Hall of Fame Gratitude Video
Southwestern College alum speaks on how grateful he is for his experience and opportunities at SC . Find more at sckans.edu.