In this issue:
NACTA 2022 Teaching Award Nominations Still being Accepted
One of the central purposes of NACTA (North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture) is to recognize those individuals whose efforts represent the very best in agricultural higher education. Each year, NACTA offers many opportunities for outstanding educators to be honored. Submissions are now being accepted for each of the 2022 awards, to be given at the annual meeting in Wooster, Ohio next June.
For information on how to nominate an educator for any of the following awards, please visit our website here. The deadline to submit nominations is February 1, 2022.
Awards available for nomination include:
- Teaching Award of Merit
- Graduate Student Teaching Award
- NACTA Educator Award
- NACTA Teaching Scholar Award
- Teaching Award of Excellence
- NACTA Judging and Student Service Award
- Excellence in Teaching and Learning with Technology Award
The deadline to submit nominations is February 1, 2022.
If you have any questions please contact support@nactateachers.
NACTA Needs Your Feedback!
The North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture has seen many changes, both internally and externally, in the past several years. In an effort to help reflect our continuing metamorphosis, NACTA will be working through a visual rebranding with the goal to unveil these updates at the annual meeting in June 2022.
Since this association was built on the combined contributions and dedication of each and every one of our members over the past six and half decades, leadership felt it only fitting to reach out to those members for input on this exciting new update. That's where you come in! We want to know - what do you think represents NACTA? Is it a color? An image? A feeling? Is there a logo that is doing it right and you think we should see it? Let us know by giving your feedback here.
2021 NAAE Hybrid Convention
November 29th - December 4th, 2021
New Orleans, LA
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
NACTA had 14 new members in the last month. We hope you will join us in welcoming them!
Antoine Alston - North Carolina A&T State University
James Anderson II - University of Georgia
Brian Baldwin - Mississippi State University
Kellie Enns - Colorado State University
Garrett Hancock - Auburn University
Valerie Jarvis McMillan - North Carolina A&T State University
Christopher Keyes - Louisiana Tech University
Forrest Lang - Ohio State University
Vinay Mannam - Framingham State University
Chadwick McKay - Wilmington College
Natalie Money - University of Florida
Tyler Price - Oklahoma State University
Dean Scarbrough - Northwestern Oklahoma State University
Benjamin Wenner - The Ohio State University
NACTA is the largest professional development organization that focuses specifically on the scholarship of teaching and learning in agriculture, food and natural resources.
Need to renew your membership? Want to invite a colleague to join? Want to change your membership status? Visit the membership page here.
We appreciate your NACTA membership!