TEACHING, LEARNING AND CURRICULUM SECTION AWARDS

SECTION HALL OF HONOR AWARD

Sponsored by KPMG Foundation

The purpose of the Teaching, Learning and Curriculum (TLC) Section’s Hall of Honor Award is to recognize a TLC member who has provided outstanding service to the section for an extended period of time. To be eligible, one must have been a TLC member for at least 8 years when nominated. The person must have a record of distinguished service as a TLC committee member and served as a Chair of at least one TLC committee as well as an officer or director.

The following information will be helpful to the Awards Committee when evaluating a nominee:

  • Evaluations of the nominee’s committee service by chairpersons of committees on which the nominee has served. The evaluations may be solicited if necessary.
  • Evaluations provided by TLC members who have served on at least one TLC committee chaired by the nominee. The evaluations may be solicited if necessary.
  • Other information that the nominator feels will help in evaluating the nominee’s TLC service such as a resume or vita.

The Awards Committee will secure the nominee’s TLC service record.

The award carries a plaque and monetary stipend and will be presented during the TLC Section’s business meeting in Washington D.C. in August 2020.

Nomination Procedure

The nomination must be made by a TLC member; there is no standard nomination form; and the written nomination should include a statement of support and any relevant documentation as to why the nominee deserves the award.

Please direct any questions or inquiries to Sara Kern, Gonzaga University at kern@gonzaga.edu.

Nominations will be accepted through April 1, 2020. Send your nominations to Sara Kern, Gonzaga University at kern@gonzaga.edu.

Letter from the President

 

I hope that 2020 has been kind to you thus far and that you have all enjoyed connecting with great students as we open a new decade together.

The fourth Teaching Learning and Curriculum Midyear Colloquium sponsored by KPMG took place on November 8 and 9, 2019 in Tampa, Florida. We opened the meeting with an industry panel aimed at helping attendees envision curriculum needs into the next decade and closed the meeting with a deeper look at the Gen Z worldview. Remaining sessions focused on moving research from early stages to working through editor comments, ED Talks on improving the classroom experience, the scholarship of teaching, and embracing disruptive technology. The conference was a huge success thanks to organizers, presenters, attendees, KPMG, and AAA staff. Thank you for making this conference a fantastic teaching and research learning experience. Plan to join us in the fall for the fifth annual TLC Midyear Colloquium tentatively planned for November 6-7, 2020...

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