Outstanding Advisor Awards
The prestigious Outstanding Advisor Awards are awarded annually to faculty and staff advisors who have demonstrated qualities associated with outstanding academic advising of students. Award recipients will be selected by the Interim Provost and Vice President for Student Affairs and receive $1,000 of professional development funding. The award ceremony is held in May every year.
Comments from past recipients:
"Being nominated as outstanding advisor was a great honor to me. Students MAKE my job meaningful and so, when they nominated me for the award, it was VERY special to me!! It's a pleasure for me to be able to help and guide them in any way I can." - Dr. Tamyra Pierce, Department of Mass Communication
"Being a mentor is hard work and often you feel insecure in your abilities. When my students nominated me for this award, I knew that my hard work was not only appreciated but, more importantly, making an impact." - Dr. Shane Moreman, Department of Communication
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2015-2016 Outstanding Advisor Awards. The deadline for submitting nominations is Wednesday, March 30, 2016, by 5 p.m. Links to nomination forms below:
If you are faculty/staff nominating an advisor, please use Colleague Nomination Form.
If you are a student nominating an advisor, please use Student Nomination Form.
Congratulations to the 2014–15 Outstanding Advisor Awards Recipients
CSM - Advising and Resources Center
Dr. Susana Hernandez
Dr. Anil Shrestha Plant Science
CSB - Office for Student Professional Development
Each recipient received an engraved trophy, a certificate of recognition signed by Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Lynnette Zelezny and Vice President for Student Affairs/Enrollment Management, Dr. Frank Lamas, and a $1,000 professional development stipend.
Congratulations to these outstanding advisors and to the other faculty and staff advisors who received at least three nominations from colleagues and students and were honored with a certificate of recognition.