CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
OUTSTANDING UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING AWARD
EARLY CAREER UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING AWARD
Do you know someone who teaches undergraduate Range Science courses that is a truly excellent teacher? Is there a university Range teacher who inspired you to become a Range Science professional? If so, please consider nominating that person for one of the Range Science Education Council’s teaching awards. This is a wonderful way to recognize and honor someone who has made a difference in your professional career!
The 2019 Range Science Education Council (RSEC) Teaching Awards will be presented at the 2019 SRM Meeting in Minneapolis, MN.
- The Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award recognizes excellence in teaching and advising that has extended over the course of many years.
- The Early Career Undergraduate Teaching Award recognizes excellence in teaching and advising Range Management students by faculty/instructors in the early stages of their teaching careers (less than 10 years experience).
Recipients will receive a monetary award from the Range Science Education Council and recognition by both the RSEC and SRM.
A copy of the guidelines and procedures for nominating a teacher for each of the RSEC-SRM Teaching Awards plus a copy of the Nomination Form can be obtained by contacting Pat Johnson, RSEC Awards Committee Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org), or found on the RSEC website: http://rangesec.wordpress.com/.
An electronic copy (pdf files emailed or on CD) of all materials (a paper copy should also be sent) must reach the chair of the RSEC Awards Committee by November 1, 2018:
Pat Johnson, Chair
RSEC Awards Committee
1905 Plaza Blvd.
Rapid City, SD 57702