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INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana University has bestowed its Distinguished Alumni Service Award on recently retired and now Senior Judge Ezra H. Friedlander..
The annual award recognizes IU alumni who have excelled in their chosen fields and made significant contributions to their community, state, country or university.
Judge Friedlander received the award at the Alumni Association’s fall dinner, held in conjunction with the Student Grant & Scholarship Luncheon. This year’s other recipients and their fields are Angela M. Brown (music); J. Terry Clapacs (higher education); and Sage Steel (sports broadcasting).
The program for the 2015 awards note that Judge Friedlander was inducted as an Indiana University Law School Alumni Fellow in 1998.
The Distinguished Alumni Service Award is granted by a seven-member Alumni Awards Committee from written nominations with supporting materials. The award proper is a medallion and illuminated parchment.