Distinguished Graduate Teaching Award

This award is presented annually to a current full-time or part-time graduate faculty who have served PSU for a minimum of 5 years are eligible for nomination.  The following previous recipients are ineligible:  Michael Couvillion, David Kent, Warren Mason, Duncan McDougall, Michael Fischler, Marianne True, Meg Petersen, Gary Goodnough, Marcel Lebrun, Bonnie Bechard, Leo Sandy, Kathleen Norris and Esther Kennedy.

Nominations must be submitted electronically by noon on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 using this link:

http://www.plymouth.edu/graduate/faculty/distinguished-graduate-teaching-award/

The Distinguished Teaching Awards are presented annually at Commencement.

We value our exemplary instructors and are happy and proud to have the opportunity to publicly celebrate their excellence.

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