The NACTA Executive Committee is soliciting nominations for the NACTA Distinguished Educator Award and the Murray Brown NACTA Leadership Award. Nominations are accepted from any NACTA member. Submission deadline for both awards is Friday, November 9, 2018.
The NACTA Distinguished Educator Award recognizes meritorious service to NACTA and to higher education through teaching, educational research, and/or administration.
Nominee must be a current or retired NACTA member and have ten or more years of service to higher education.
Nominations will be accepted from any NACTA member. Materials must be submitted to the Chair of the Distinguished Educator Award Committee by November 9, 2018. The NACTA Executive Committee, which serves as the Distinguished Educator Award Committee, reviews the nomination materials at the NACTA Fall Executive Committee meeting and selects the recipient(s).
A Letter of Nomination two pages in length, which is to include content in summary form under the following two headings:
Three Letters of Support, each one page in length;
Recipient(s) will be recognized at the Annual NACTA Conference with a plaque and Life Membership in NACTA.
The Murray Brown Leadership Award recognizes one member per year for a distinguished and sustained record of NACTA leadership.
Nominee must be a current or emeritus NACTA member who has served in a leadership role in the organization.
Nominations will be accepted from any NACTA member. The President-elect (who shall chair the committee), President, and Past President shall serve as the selection committee and are not eligible for the award during their time of service on the selection committee. Nomination materials must be submitted no later than November 9, 2018.
A Letter of Nomination with a maximum of two pages in length documenting the nominee’s exemplary leadership in NACTA.
Three Letters of Support, each one page in length.
Recipient will be recognized at the Annual NACTA Conference with a plaque and a cash award supported by the Murray Brown endowment.
On behalf of the NACTA Executive Committee,
Foy Mills, Jr.