March 28, 2010 - April 3, 2010 Archives

2009-2010 Instructional and Advising Awards

Congratulations to the 2009-2010 Instructional and Advising Award winners from the College of Liberal Arts!


Morse-Alumni Award for Outstanding Contributions to Undergraduate Education:

·         Scott Abernathy (Political Science)

·         Julie Schumacher (English)


Award for Outstanding Contributions to Postbaccalaureate, Graduate, and Professional Education:

·         Ruth Karras (History)


John Tate Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising:

·         Paul Timmins (CLA Career Services)


Members of the university community are invited to a special ceremony and reception for the Morse and Graduate Professional winners on April 26. For more information about the award and the event, please visit the following website:


An awards ceremony for the Tate Advising Award winners will be on April 30. More information about this award and reception can be found at:


CLA NOW Forum - Google Apps

Questions and answers from the CLA NOW Forum on Google Apps are available online

A post-Forum survey showed the majority of survey takers are excited and interested about Google Apps and Mail. Thank you to all who sent in suggestions for future Forum topics.


Promotion and Tenure 10/11 - Preliminary Information

Anticipated Cases: Please identify all probationary faculty members expected to be considered for promotion and tenure during 2010/11, as well as any tenured faculty members who may be considered for promotion to professor.  Please email your cases to Gayle Gabrielski ( by Friday, 23 April 2010.

Information Sessions: Promotion and Tenure information sessions will be scheduled shortly.  Faculty, Chairs/Directors, and staff are strongly encouraged to attend, given some additional changes to dossier preparation and submission in 2010/11. 

  • Meeting with Chairs/Directors, Faculty Advisors/Caseworkers, and Support Staff:  tbd
  • Meeting with Tenure-track and Tenured faculty: tbd

Peer Review of Teaching

CLA's newly adopted Guidelines for Implementing Best Practices in Peer Review of Teaching have been published to the Faculty web page.  Developed in consultation with CLA chairs/directors and with Vice Provost Arlene Carney, the guidelines are intended to facilitate the implementation of the peer review of teaching requirement of the University's administrative policy on evaluation of teaching.

Mark Your Calendar

April 2

Motley Award Dossiers and 9 copies due in 113 Johnston Hall

April 15

CLA NOW Meeting, 9:00 - 10:30 a.m., 45 Rapson Hall (east bank)

Post Event Survey: CLA NOW Forum

Did you attend the CLA NOW Forum on Google Apps & Mail? Did attending the Forum change how you feel about converting to Google? Do you have ideas for future Forums?

Take the post event survey TODAY!

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