Advising Award Nominations Sought
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2009 Penn State York Advising Award. Students may submit nominations for the award which is presented at the Academic Awards Banquet in April of each year. The Penn State York Advising Award, given by the campus Academic Affairs Committee, was established in 1991 to recognize the importance of advising students and is presented to a faculty member who has excelled in his or her advising of students.
The faculty member chosen for this award is selected by a committee of three former recipients of the award, plus two student members. This committee depends on nominations and supporting information that is provided by students. Prior award recipients from the past three years, Noel Sloboda (2006), and Michael Jarrett (2007), Harriet Darling (2008), and staff of the Advising and Career Center, Jane Emery, Monica Grigera, Dina Wulinsky, and Linda Matesevac, are not eligible for the award.
Nominations may be submitted electronically using the online form or the form can be printed out, completed and returned to the faculty staff assistant on the second floor of the M. S. Grumbacher Information Sciences and Technology Center (ISTC) or to the staff assistant to the director of academic affairs in the Main Classroom Building. Please ask the staff assistant to place your nomination in Michael Jarrett’s mailbox. Nominations must be received by Thursday, March 26, 2009, at 5 p.m.