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Current Issue: March 3, 2003
Volume 38, Number 15

Teaching award nominations due

The Center for the Advancement of Scholarship in Teaching and Learning (CASTL) and the Teaching Enhancement Committee (TEC) announce a call for nominations for the 2003 Teaching Awards, the 2002-2003 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award and Adjunct Faculty and Lecturer Teaching Award.

Deadline for nominations is Wednesday, March 5.

All tenured and tenure-track faculty are eligible for the 2002-2003 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award (TOYA), established to recognize and reward teaching excellence and to foster a campus climate that supports teaching improvement and accomplishments.  Two faculty will be selected for this award. All adjunct faculty and lecturers who have taught consistently at UNM for at least four years are eligible for the 2002-2003 Adjunct Faculty and Lecturer Teaching Awards (ATOYA). This recently established award recognizes and rewards the tremendous contributions of non-tenure track faculty in the classroom.  One award will be granted.

Colleagues, students or alumni may submit nominations.
Nominations for both the TOYA and ATOYA should be submitted via the CASTL Web site http://www.unm.edu/~castl.

All current teaching assistants/associates are eligible for the 2002-2003 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards, designed to recognize and reward teaching achievements of graduate students.  The department chairperson may submit nominations based upon one nomination for every 10 department teaching assistants.

Nominees will be sent an official letter notifying them of their nomination and requesting submission of materials.

For information, call 277-3341.