Nancy Ingling Receives Schoen Award
Published on August 19, 1993
NANCY INGLING RECEIVES SCHOEN AWARD FOR LEADERSHIP COLUMBUS -- Nancy Wallis Ingling, manager of development proposals in the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations at The Ohio State University, has received the 1993 Kathryn Schoen Award. The award, given annually to a woman faculty member or administrator, recognizes leadership potential. It includes a $1,800 grant to be used to fund professional development. Ingling used her grant to attend the Summer Institute in Educational Fund Raising, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education and held at Dartmouth College. Ingling, a resident of DELAWARE, has held her present position since 1991 and has been employed at Ohio State since 1988. The Schoen Award is named for Kathryn Schoen, who served Ohio State for more than 20 years as a faculty member and administrator. She was the first woman to be named a vice president of the university. The purpose of the award is to foster opportunities for professional growth and leadership for women in higher education. # Contact: Nancy Ingling, 292-3058. [Submitted by: REIDV (firstname.lastname@example.org) Sat, 21 Aug 93 18:18:18 EST] All documents are the responsibility of their originator.