Do you know someone who has gone above their normal job expectations and responsibilities to advance learning and teaching on SUNY Potsdam’s campus in a way that has made a significant and positive impact on their peers?
If so, we invite you to nominate them for the 2012-2013 LTEC Award For Excellence in Promoting Learning and Teaching at SUNY Potsdam. This $500 award is intended to recognize impact in advancing learning and teaching for the campus community beyond outstanding teaching or disciplinary research.
Most SUNY Potsdam employees are eligible to be nominated. (Members of the LTEC Advisory Board and anyone that has received this award in the past five years are not eligible.) The award is for someone who has gone above and beyond their normal job expectations and responsibilities to advance learning and teaching on SUNY Potsdam’s campus in a way that has made a significant and positive impact on their peers.
Examples of contributions to advancing learning and teaching might include (but are not limited to):
All nominations should be sent via e-mail to Cheryl Chute Miller at email@example.com and should contain the following:
1) A letter of nomination outlining the nominee’s contributions to advancing learning and teaching on the SUNY-Potsdam campus (above and beyond the nominee’s normal job expectations and responsibilities), and
2) At least one additional letter of support (at least one of which must be from a SUNY Potsdam employee)
All nominations and letters of support must be received by Friday March 8th, 2013.
Note: please submit nominations and letters of support as separate electronic attachments (.pdf documents are preferred) within a single e-mail. Please indicate the name of the nominee in the title of each file. For example, an e-mail nominating George Washington might contain the following attachments: GeorgeWashington-Nomination.pdf, GeorgeWashington-Letter1.pdf and GeorgeWashington-Letter2.pdf.
After receiving nominations, the LTEC board will request supporting evidence (such as a c.v.) from the nominees and, as needed, other pertinent campus sources. In years where there are either no nominations or the contributions of those nominated do not meet the award's standards, the LTEC Board may choose not to present the award.