TEACHING, LEARNING AND CURRICULUM SECTION AWARDS

SECTION HALL OF HONOR AWARD

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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

On October 28th-30th, we held our TLC Colloquium Midyear Meeting. After 18 months of teaching in a COVID environment, there was not a more important year for us to collaborate and share resources. We hosted a very successful live meeting in San Antonio, Texas, offering a limited virtual option. We had 84 members register for the Colloquium, including 31 members who chose to attend virtually.

The Colloquium featured a choice of teaching track and research track panel discussions, EdTalks, dialogue sessions, workshops and hands-on activities...

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