Awards

Dr. Robert B. Kauffman

This section contains a summary of the awards earned by Dr. Kauffman. Also, these awards are listed on his vita.

HONORS AND AWARDS:

Regent's Award in Public Service - awarded by University System of Maryland (USM), 2014.

Golden Eagle Award. Highest award received in category for movie "Almost a Perfect Day." Council for International Nontheatrical Events (CINE) 2012

Outstanding Faculty Award. - in Professional Development, Frostburg State University, 2010.

photo of Citation Award
Photo of Citation Award

Citation Award. Maryland Recreation and Parks Association. MRPA The Association's highest award, it is presented to either a member or nonmember, once in their life for having made a significant contribution to recreation and parks movement in Maryland. The award is accompanied with a citation from the Governor of Maryland indicating the contribution made. Awarded: April 2005.

photo of ACA President's Award
Photo of ACA

President's Award for Outstanding Service on the National Level. American Canoe Association, The award was presented for my long term contribution to boating safety. Awarded: November 2004.

Outstanding Faculty Award. The award is for campus wide recognition In the service category. In general, the award recognized my contribution to creating innovative programs including the Park and Recreation Resources Management (PRRM) Graduate Program, Adventure Sports and Hospitality Management concentrations, the CCBC program, and a major revision of the Undergraduate Program. Frostburg State University. Awarded: 1999.

1994 CINE Award
Photo of 1994 CINE Award

Golden Eagle Award. Highest award received in category for movie "Heads Up." Council for International Nontheatrical Events (CINE) 1994.

Gold Medal Winner. For the movie "Heads Up." New York Film Festival, New York, New York, 1994.

1989 CINE Award
Photo of 1989 CINE Award

Golden Eagle Award. Highest award received in category for movie "Cold, Wet, and Alive." Council for International Nontheatrical Events (CINE) 1989.

First Place Winner. Instructional category for movie "Cold, Wet, and Alive." Waterwalker Film Festival, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, Canada, March 29-30, 1991.

Quarterly Award. Received for outstanding contribution to the Maryland Recreation and Parks Association. MRPA, October 4, 1990.

Goldern Quill Award
Photo of Goldern Quill Award

Golden Quill Award. Received for literary contribution to camping field in 1990, philosophy category. American Camping Association. Click here for a slightly modified version of this classic article.

Goldern Quill Award
Photo of Goldern Quill Award

Golden Quill Award. Received for literary contribution to camping field in 1989, research category. American Camping Association. (co-author: Dennis Moses)

First Prize. 1987 International Award, 1st place in Special Efforts/Posters. Association for Conservation Information (ACI) for River Canoeing Wallchart.

Second Prize. November 1980. National Society for Park Resources chose the Grist article titled "Challenging, Innovative Rope Trail" for the second prize award of all those articles published in the year beginning November 1, 1979.

Contact Dr. Kauffman

Dr. Robert B. Kauffman

rkauffman@frostburg.edu
Dr. Kauffman is a Professor of Recreation and Parks Management at Frostburg State University, Frostburg, Maryland 20534.

Vita



Robert B. Kauffman
7 Hill Top Drive, Frostburg, MD 21532
rkauffman@frostburg.edu