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The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) presents the Angus H. MacLean award each year to someone who has made outstanding contributions to religious education. The award was established in 1972 by the St. Lawrence University Theological School Alumni Association and the Religious Education Department of the UUA.
In creating the award, the Alumni Association said, "Angus H. MacLean, Dean and Teacher of Religious Education at St. Lawrence University Theological School, was one of the pioneers in Unitarian Universalist (UU) religious education. It is appropriate that we recognize the inspiration and warmth that he gave to us all and his great concern for the religious nurture of both children and adults."
Each spring, a committee chaired by the UUA's Faith Development Director selects a recipient. Anyone may nominate a recipient. A nominee for the award should be a UU who has achieved several of the following:
A nomination must specify the nominee's qualities, achievements, and contributions relevant to the award criteria and provide nominee contact information and basic biographical data.
Nominations are accepted each year through April 1. Please submit to religiouseducation @ uua.org, attn: MacLean Award.
For more information contact religiouseducation @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Tuesday, February 4, 2014.
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Judith Frediani, left, UUA Curriculum Director, presents the Reverend Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Strong with the 2010 Angus H. MacLean Award.
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