Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award


2015 Undergraduate Teaching winner Nancy T. de Grummond

The AIA Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award Committee invites nominations for the 2015 award. This prize may be awarded to up to one individual every year and includes a certificate of award. Individuals worthy of this award must have demonstrated excellence in the teaching of archaeology; developed innovative teaching methods or interdisciplinary curricula; a minimum of five years of teaching experience prior to being nominated, currently be engaged in teaching; and they must be members of the AIA in good standing.

Nominations should be made by letter and accompanied by a dossier of supporting materials. They should be made by individuals familiar with the candidate's teaching, such as administrators, departmental chairpersons or colleagues, former students, or faculty in other departments or institutions. Dossiers should include:

1) The nominating letter indicating how the candidate meets the criteria of the award
2) A current curriculum vitae of the nominee;
3) Four letters of recommendation, including at least one each from a student, a colleague, and academic superior;
4) A brief description of all relevant courses taught during the past five years, including some representative syllabi and course materials.

Due Date for Nomination
Completed nominations should be received by Institute Headquarters at the below address no later than September 2, 2015.

Send materials to:

Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Atten: Awards
c/o Archaeological Institute of America
656 Beacon Street, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02215-2006
(617) 353-9361
FAX: (617) 353-6550
E-mail: awards@aia.bu.edu

 

2015 Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award: Nancy T. de Grummond

Nancy T. de Grummond (Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is the M. Lynette Thompson Professor of Classics and has been named Distinguished Research Professor at Florida State University. She specializes in Etruscan, Hellenistic and Roman archaeology. She serves as director of excavations for “Cetamura, Archaeology in Tuscany,” sponsored by International Programs of FSU. Dr. de Grummond has been recognized for excellence in teaching at Florida State University five times, including the Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award from FSU (2009) and the Phi Beta Kappa Excellence in Teaching Award (2010).

 

Past Winners of the Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award

 

2014 Steven L. Tuck
2013 Elise A. Friedland
2012 Mary Hollinshead
2011 Susan Stevens
2010 Michael Galaty
2009 Andrea M. Berlin
2008 Jodi Magness
2007 Joan Breton Connelly
2006 Albert Leonard, Jr.
2005 Eric Cline
2004 Michael Cosmopoulos
2003 David W. McCreery
2002 P. Nick Kardulias
2001 Kevin Glowacki
1999 Patrick M. Thomas
1998 Susan E. Alcock
1997 Curtis N. Runnels
1996 Frederick A. Cooper

 

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