Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Teaching Award
The U of L Diversity Programming committee of C.O.D.R.E. and the Vice Provost for Diversity and International Affairs would like to announce the selection process for the Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Teaching Award. The intent of this teaching award is to affirm, value, honor and recognize members of the university teaching staff (full- or part-time; undergraduate, graduate and/or profession) who incorporate multicultural and global perspectives into their scholarship, teaching practices, curriculum and research. Nominees must have demonstrated excellence in their teaching and scholarship through the utilization of teaching styles, culturally pluralistic and socially constructed ideals, and course content and processing incorporating multicultural and global perspectives.
We invite you to nominate university teaching faculty from your college and/or academic units for this prestigious presidential teaching award. This is the eighth year that the University of Louisville has recognized multicultural teaching in a university-wide award. The 2011 Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Teaching Award will be presented at the 2011 Celebration of Faculty Excellence.
Nominations should be forwarded to Dr. Mordean Taylor-Archer, Vice Provost for Diversity & International Affairs, Grawemeyer Hall, University of Louisville. Please submit nominations on the nomination form, with a supporting nomination letter from the nominator, no later than February 21, 2011. A Nominee Statement, with supportive documentation, will be requested of each nominee by the selection committee, which will be due to the committee no later than March 11, 2011 for consideration. If there are questions, inquiries and/or concerns, please contact Linda L. Wilson, chair, Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Teaching award at 852-0274 or email@example.com