Nominations Sought for Liberal Arts Teaching Awards
Nominations are being sought by the College of Liberal Arts for the Liberal Arts Outstanding Teacher of the Year, Cora Lee Graham Award for Outstanding Teaching of Freshmen, and Oustanding Instructor in the College of Liberal Arts Awards.
Eligibility for the Liberal Arts Outstanding Teacher of the Year and the Cora Lee Graham Award for Outstanding Teaching of Freshmen awards is limited to faculty of professorial rank (Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Full Professor) in the College of Liberal Arts. In addition, the Graham award is limited to faculty actively involved in teaching 100-level or 200-level courses or other courses intended primarily for freshmen.
Eligibility for the Outstanding Instructor in the College of Liberal Arts Award is limited to instructors, lecturers, senior lecturers, and instructional assistant professors
Temporary and visiting faculty, as well as previous recipients, are not eligible.
Criteria for the award include, but are not limited to, excellence of class instruction, intellectual stimulation of students, and concern for students' welfare. Recipients will be recognized during the College's commencement ceremony, have their names added to award plaques in the Dean's office, and receive $1,000.
All nominations must be received in the Office of the Dean no later than Friday, April 13, 2012.
Nomination forms with instructions can be printed from the Liberal Arts website. Forms are also available in the Office of the Dean in 310 Lester Hall.