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Nominate a Faculty Member for the Distinguished Teaching Award

Posted Mar. 17, 2014
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Lori Randorf (right), assistant vice president of alumni
relations, surprises Leslie Heaphy, associate professor
of history, in her classroom. Heaphy was one of three
faculty members recognized with the Distinguished
Teaching Award in 2013.

Nominate an outstanding colleague who has demonstrated extraordinary instruction in the classroom for the Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA). The Distinguished Teaching Award is the university’s most prestigious honor in teaching for tenure-track faculty.

Sponsored by the Kent State University Alumni Association, qualified nominees of this prestigious award include Kent State tenure-track faculty who are currently employed by the university. The Distinguished Teaching Award is a lifetime achievement award, and past recipients are not eligible for nomination. Any faculty member who has touched a student’s life and helped to better the learning experience at Kent State should be nominated. Faculty and staff are reminded to also encourage students to participate in the nomination process.

The deadline for nominations is June 30. Visit www.ksualumni.org/dta to submit a nomination.