Distinguished Teaching, Staff Awards Established
Kent State University at Salem recently established the Distinguished Teaching and the Distinguished Staff awards, both of which will be presented at the spring awards banquet in April.
All students, faculty, staff and administrators are encouraged to submit nominations for these awards. The deadline for nominations is Wednesday, March 2, at 5 p.m.
Through the Distinguished Teaching Awards, the Salem campus will honor one full-time and one part-time faculty member for outstanding accomplishments in the classroom, recognizing superior teaching and achievements.
The Distinguished Staff Award will honor one full-time or one part-time staff member for his/her commitment and dedication to the Kent State Salem Campus.
A nomination committee will review all qualified nominations and determine the winner of each award. Awards will only be made if there are sufficient nominations submitted. Self-nominations are not accepted.
Completed nominations may be returned to the front reception desk or emailed to Assistant Dean Celeste Oprean at email@example.com.
For specific details and the nomination form for the Distinguished Teaching Award
For specific details and the nomination form for the Distinguished Staff Award
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Kent State University is inviting prospective students and families throughout Northeast Ohio to explore its Regional Campus System at a unique, simultaneous open house event.
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