CAMWS Award For Excellence In College Teaching

CAMWS Award For Excellence In College Teaching

This award recognizes outstanding college and university teachers of Classics. The honoree receives $500 and is encouraged to accept the award in person at the annual CAMWS business meeting.

The nominee must be a member in good standing of CAMWS and teach classical subjects at a college or university. Both full- and part-time teachers (who teach at least half-time with a mininum of five years teaching experience) are eligible for this award. Nominees will be eligible for consideration for three consecutive years, provided that CAMWS membership remains current in each year of consideration. No previous winner of the award is eligible to apply a second time.

Criteria for Excellent Teaching

To Apply: The nomination deadline is November 15, 2017, and the deadline for all application materials is December 20, 2017. Nominees who have not already been recognized through a national teaching award will be given preference. No sitting member of the CAMWS Executive Committee or of the CAMWS Subcommittee on Teaching Awards is eligible for this award. If you would like to nomiate someone for the award visit the Online Nomination Form. Upon submission of this form, the nominee will receive an email message informing him or her of the nomination and explaining the application process. Only one nomination is needed. Multiple nominations do not affect a candidate's evaluation.

If you have any questions, please contact the chair of the Subcommittee on Teaching Awards at teaching@camws.org.

The 2016-2017 recipient of the CAMWS Award for Excellence in College Teaching is Patrick M. Owens formerly of Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, Wyoming.  His citation can be read here.

 

Previous Winners Of The CAMWS Award For Excellence In College Teaching

Promotional Flyer For College Teaching Excellence Award

Subcommittee On The Teaching Awards (Kraft And CAMWS)