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Nominations for Alumni Teaching Excellence, BOG awards

To: Faculty, Staff, Student Leadership and Alumni Association
From: Linda P. Brady

To recognize outstanding teaching and demonstrate our commitment to teaching excellence, the University presents three awards to UNCG faculty members every year. Let me urge you to use the attached form to submit nominations for the 2012-13 Alumni Teaching Excellence and Board of Governors Teaching Excellence awards to be awarded in 2013.

The Alumni Teaching Excellence Award for an Untenured Faculty Member ($4,500) recognizes a full-time faculty member who has completed at least three (3) years of teaching at UNCG, with an average teaching load over the three (3) years preceding consideration of at least three (3) courses per year. Instructors, lecturers, nontenured assistant and associate professors, and clinical faculty who meet the criteria are eligible.

The Alumni Teaching Excellence Award for a Tenured Faculty Member ($7,500) recognizes a full-time tenured faculty member who has completed at least three (3) years of teaching at UNCG, with an average teaching load over the three (3) years preceding consideration of at least three (3) courses per year

The Board of Governors Teaching Excellence Award recognizes a full-time tenured faculty member who has completed at least seven (7) years of teaching at UNCG, with an average teaching load over the three (3) years preceding consideration of at least three (3) courses per year. The Board of Governors Award brings statewide recognition.

Nominations must be submitted by September 14, 2012. Note that all eligible faculty who receive the 2012-2013 teaching award from their College or School will be automatically nominated for one of these awards.

The nomination form is also available on the web at http://undergraduate.uncg.edu/colleagues/alumni.php

You may direct questions about these awards to the Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Steve Roberson.