Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools
You are here: Home Faculty/Staff News Nominations sought for Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Teaching award

Nominations sought for Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Teaching award

by UofL Today last modified Jan 11, 2010 12:32 PM

The UofL Diversity Programming committee of CODRE and the Vice Provost for Diversity and Equal Opportunity are taking nominations for the 2010 Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Teaching award.

Given each spring, the award is intended to affirm, value, honor and recognize members of the UofL teaching staff (full- or part-time; undergraduate, graduate and/or professional) who incorporate multicultural and global perspectives into their scholarship, teaching practices, curriculum and research.

Guidelines, a nomination form and more information are on the Commission of Diversity and Racial Equality Web page. Nominations are due Feb. 5. The selection committee will request supportive documentation from each nominee to be turned in no later than Feb. 26.

This is the eighth year that the University of Louisville has recognized multicultural teaching in a university-wide award.

Direct questions to Linda L. Wilson, chair, Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Teaching award, at 852-0274 or llwils01@louisville.edu .

Document Actions
 
Personal tools