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Daniel Rosenthal Legislative Intern Award

Call for Nominations

James Madison College and the MSU Institute for Public Policy and Social Research are pleased to administer the annual Daniel Rosenthal Legislative Intern Award on behalf of Michigan State University. Legislative interns who have interned after January 1 of the previous year are eligible and may be nominated either by their legislator or staff supervisor for demonstrating qualities of an outstanding legislative intern. No affiliation with Michigan State University is necessary—all student legislative interns are eligible for nomination.

Daniel Rosenthal was one of MSU's first Legislative Student Intern Program participants in January of 1977. After his unfortunate passing in June of that year the Rosenthal family established this award to pay tribute to the dignity of Dan's life and acknowledge the value that he placed on his experience as a legislative intern. Thus, to further recognize Dan's enthusiasm, intelligence, sincerity and dedication, stipends will be awarded to a winner and runners-up who will be chosen from the group of nominees. These selections will be made by a committee composed of representatives from the Michigan House of Representatives and Senate, as well as Michigan State University.

Please use the form below to nominate an outstanding legislative intern, and have your nominee fill out the application below:

Materials must be returned to:

Rosenthal Award Committee
Attn: Katherine Cusick
321 Berkey Hall, 509 E. Circle Drive
East Lansing, MI 48824-1111
E-mail: cusickk@msu.edu

If you have any questions or comments, please contact Max Olivero (oliverom@msu.edu) at James Madison College, or Katherine Cusick (cusickk@msu.edu or 517-353-1357) at IPPSR. Thank you for your support of this award and of student interns.