Camden Endowed Teacher/Scholar Award
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the Howard and Lili Camden Endowed Teacher/Scholar Award. The purpose of this award is to acknowledge quality teaching in CANR.
Candidate must have five or more years of teaching service in CANR. Tenure system and fixed-term faculty, academic specialists and instructors are eligible. Departmental Advisory/Awards Committees and individual faculty members may submit nomination packets. Students should contact their department or school awards committee for assistance in preparing a nomination.
Nomination packets should address each of the six following areas, with packets limited to no more than four pages excluding supporting letters (if included). Please include no more than four letters of support. Unsigned letters should not be included in review packets.
- Candidate has a demonstrated teaching record that has helped students gain skills conducive to problem-solving and the use of common sense.
- Candidate has developed innovative teaching methods and/or materials and has successfully applied these at MSU.
- Candidate has taught a significant number of undergraduate and/or graduate courses.
- Candidate demonstrates mentoring inside and outside the classroom.
- Candidate is respected by CANR constituent groups through professional involvements and/or recognitions.
- Candidate has demonstrated instructional excellence, scholarly achievement, and professional linkages.
Questions should be directed to Kelly Millenbah at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-355-0234.
Email one PDF copy of the nomination packet to: Kelly Millenbah, subject Line: Camden
All material must be received by March 3, 2017. Award winners will be recognized at the CANR Faculty & Staff Picnic.
- Amber Peters (FW)
- Daniel Hayes (FW)
- Larry Zink (AFRE)
- Gretchen Hill (ANS)
- Lorraine Weatherspoon (FSHN)
- Joe Domecq (ANS)
- Janice Harte (FSHN)
- John Shelle (ANS)
- Scott Winterstein (FW)