Sep 24, 2013
From staff reports
Nominations for the 2014 Presidential Teacher Award close Friday, Sept. 27, at 5 p.m.
Students, faculty and alumni from all Ohio University campuses are welcome to nominate a full-time, tenured faculty member from any campus for the prestigious award. Nominees will be invited to submit an application for consideration by the Presidential Teacher Award Selection Committee.
Established in 2001 by a $250,000 endowment from alumna Beth Stocker, the award recognizes faculty who demonstrate excellence in instructional efforts, provide outstanding mentoring and bring effective innovative approaches to their teaching.
“At the center of what we do and do best is prepare the next generation of leaders, teachers and entrepreneurs. Our ability to achieve our mission is due to the teaching excellence that takes place at Ohio University,” explained Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis. “Our professors provide the best transformational learning experience for our students by challenging, supporting and mentoring them. The Presidential Teacher Award is one way we recognize those professors who are helping our students achieve their promise.”
Awardees hold the title for three years and receive a $1,000 stipend each year, a total of $3,000. More than 20 faculty members have received the award since 2000.
More information and a link to the nomination form may be accessed at http://www.ohio.edu/provost/presidentialteacher/index.cfm.