Copyright 2011 ACE-DHH   Chad E. Smith & Sherry Ernsberger, Webmasters
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The purpose of this award is to honor the
distinguished career of an ACE-DHH
member in teaching, research and service in
the preparation of teachers of students who
are deaf or hard of hearing. The nominee
currently must be a faculty member in a
program for preparing educators of students
who are deaf or hard of hearing and must
have been an active professional for a
minimum of 20 years. Nomination by ten
members of the ACE-DHH should be
accompanied by a short biographical sketch.
All rights and privileges of membership are
provided for life to the recipient,
without payment of dues.

Sister Mary Delaney Award Recipients
2014
Claudia Pagliaro
Washington, DC
2013
Patricia McAnally
Santa Fe, NM
2012
Tom Humphries
Jacksonville, FL
2011
Harold Johnson
Ft. Worth, TX
2010
Karen Dilka
Lexington, KY
2009
Shirin Antia
New Orleans, LA
2008
John Luckner
Monterrey, CA
2007
Donald Moores
Pittsburgh, PA
2006
Gerry Bateman
Denver, CO
2005
Mary Ann Bibby
Banff, Canada
2004
Susan Easterbrooks
St. Augustine, FL
2003
Ann Powers
San Antonio, TX
2002
Tom Jones
Charleston, SC
2001
Alan Marvelli
San Diego, CA
2000
Bill Brelje
New Orleans, LA
1999
 
 
1998
Roberta Truax
Lexington, KY
Lifetime Achievement Award
2014
Debbie Haydon
Washington, DC
2013
Alan Marvelli
Santa Fe, NM
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lifetime Achievement Award
Innovation in Teaching Teachers with Technology Award
2014
Susan Rose
Washington, DC
2013
Curt Radford
Santa Fe, NM
2012
 
Jacksonville, FL
2011
 
Ft. Worth, TX
2010
 
Lexington, KY
2009
Sam Slike
New Orleans, LA
Innovation in Teaching Teachers with
Technology Award
This award is to honor the distinguished career
of an ACE-DHH member across teaching,
research and service in the preparation of
teachers of students who are deaf or hard of
hearing who has made a significant
contribution to the field over the course of his
or her career.
This award is to honor the innovation in design
or utilization of technology of an ACE-DHH
member in terms of teaching, research and/or
service in the preparation of teachers of
students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
The nominee currently must be a faculty
member in a program for preparing educators
of students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Lifetime Achievement Award