AAA/Oxford University Press Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching of Anthropology

This award was established in 1997 to recognize teachers who have contributed to and encouraged the study of anthropology. The successful teaching of anthropology is at the core of producing successful anthropologists. By transferring knowledge and encouraging interest and study, the teacher is able to contribute significantly to the increasing success of the field of anthropology. Without such people the growth of anthropology would be stifled. This is your opportunity to recognize educators who have contributed significantly to furthering the field of anthropology; the Association relies on you to provide nominations. Please take advantage of this opportunity.  The winner of this award will receive a small stipend for travel to the annual meeting.

Guidelines for the Preparation and Submission of AAA Award Nomination Materials:

Each nomination packet should include a letter of recommendation in support of the nominee. The letter should provide a summary of the nominee's accomplishments, and it should demonstrate (not merely assert) the nominee's qualifications. The packet should include supporting materials, which should not be expected to stand on their own. We encourage the inclusion of statements by former students or others that have benefited from the educational mentoring of the nominee. In other words, these materials should support the case being made in the nomination letter, demonstrating its assertions. The nomination packet should not exceed 25 pages. Please note that nominees are considered for three years. Those not chosen in the first year will be considered for two more years. If desired, nomination packets can be updated by March 1 each year, or nominations can be withdrawn from consideration.

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Posted on June 20, 2016 and filed under Spring.