Four Presidents Distinguished Public Service Award is presented annually to a member of RIT faculty or staff whose public service and commitment is similar to that of the four presidents: Mark Ellingson, Paul Miller, Richard Rose, and Albert Simone. Each year the recipient has the privilege of designating the endowment income to the beneficiary of their choice.
The award was created by Vice President Emeritus Alfred Davis with a $50,000 endowment to fund the award.
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