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 2020 Range Science Education Council (RSEC) Teaching Awards will be presented at the 2020 SRM Meeting in Denver, CO.
- 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 of 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 Paul Meiman, RSEC Awards Committee Chair (email@example.com), or found on the RSEC website: http://rangesec.org/.
An electronic copy (pdf files emailed or on CD) of all materials must reach the chair of the RSEC Awards Committee by November 1, 2019:
Paul Meiman, Chair
RSEC Awards Committee
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension and
UNR Dept. of Ag, Veterinary and Range Sciences
701 Walnut Street
Elko, NV 89801
775-738-7291 / firstname.lastname@example.org