AIA Awards Citation Form

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AIA Awards Citation Form

Please include relevant titles (Dr., Esquire, JD, etc.). Please note that all award winner selections must first be approved and official notifications to approved winners will go out from the AIA.

Please provide a shortened version of the above (100-150 words).

Example: The Archaeological Institute of America is pleased to present the 2024 Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award to Dr. Sinclair Bell. As Professor of Art History at Northern Illinois University, Dr. Bell is a paragon of excellence in undergraduate teaching and is the rare sort of teacher who artfully combines accessibility, storytelling, passion, and mentorship with great rigor, high standards, deep learning, and individual research to promote student growth and discovery. He inspires his students to excel in his courses, to take more ancient art courses, and to go on excavations and for all of these reasons, and more, Dr. Sinclair Bell is a most worthy recipient of the Archaeological Institute of America’s 2024 Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award.

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