Awards Presented in Odd Numbered Years:
CANR Excellence in Teaching and Advising Award
Nominations due by March 1
The award recognizes individuals that are involved in teaching, mentoring and advising students. Individuals may be nominated for teaching, advising or both. Mentoring graduate students is considered part of advising. This award recognizes faculty who are inspiring, intellectually demanding, and deeply committed to teaching and advising students in the College. This award is recognized in odd-numbered years.
Please consider submitting a nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1.
The awardee will receive a $3000 cash prize, an award certificate, and a brick engraved with their name to be placed in the Dunham Garden patio. They will be recognized on stage at the CANR Spring Convocation in May.
CANR Staff Excellence in Service Award
Nominations due by March 15
The Excellence in Service Award originated in 2015 to recognize staff in administrative and research support roles for their noteworthy and outstanding performance, and who have a minimum of three year’s employment with the college. Recipients receive a monetary award of $2,000 presented each year at the College’s Convocation in May. A staff member in an administrative support role is recognized in odd-numbered years (and a staff member in a research support role is recognized in even-numbered years.)