Morton Wolfson Faculty Award for Outstanding Service to Students of University of Florida
This fund was established by Morton Wolfson in 2003 for the purpose of supporting an annual award to a University of Florida faculty member selected by the Office of Student Affairs. The recipient should have made an outstanding contribution in the assistance and/or support of students while teaching, advising or working with undergraduate students.
Wolfson was born May 30, 1922. He entered the US Army in 1940 and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1961. At UF, Wolfson earned his bachelor’s degree in 1964 and master’s degree in 1967 with the College of Education. He went on to serve as a faculty member at UF for 17 years before retiring. His wife, Helen, is a 1971 graduate of UF and retired as a librarian from Buchholz High School.