Victor Borden, Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs, has won the Sidney Suslow Scholar Award from the Association for Institutional Research. The award recognizes an individual who, through scholarly work, has made significant contributions to the field of institutional research and advanced understanding of the profession in a meaningful way.
Borden says he was delighted to receive the award, calling it the most meaningful award he’d ever received.
“[This award] reflects all the wonderful mentors, colleagues, students, and other collaborators that I have had a chance to work with since I started in this field nearly 40 years ago,” he said.
Borden is the fifth faculty member from HESA to win this award.