Reminder of Gould Award Nominations

Subject: Reminder of Gould Award Nominations
From: Dean Fontenot <gjdhf -at- TTACS -dot- TTU -dot- EDU>
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 1996 08:18:21 -0500

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This is a reminder that the Gould Award Committee
is still seeking nominations and the DEADLINE IS
OCTOBER 25, 1996

The Jay R. Gould Award honors the distinguished
teaching career of Professor Gould whose academic
mentorship of technical communication students
many men and women into our profession.

The award honors excellence in teaching that
true academic mentorship: the personal and
concern that an excellent teacher extends to a
beyond the demands of the classroom, beyond, even,
student's graduation and into that former
professional career.

The 1994 recipient of the award was Sherry G.

The eligibility requirements are fairly strict.
To be eligible,
a nominee must have been a Member of the Society
Technical Communication for ten years and must
been involved in post-secondary education for at
fifteen years. Nominees may have received other
recognition (such as Associate Fellow or Fellow or

President's Award) and still be eligible for the
Award. Current STC Board Members and members of
nominating committee are not eligible to receive

Gould Award Committee Manager Scott P. Sanders
invites any STC member to recommend a candidate or
candidates for this award. If you are not sure
that your
candidate meets the eligibility requirements
stated above,
please, go ahead and nominate your candidate.

The Gould Award Committee will invite eligible
candidates to complete an informational nomination
form and provide the names of at least three
only one of whom may be an academic colleague, who
speak to the nominee's teaching and mentorship.

You may nominate a candidate for the 1996 Jay R.
Award by writing or e-mailing Scott P. Sanders
before October 25th (when the first stage of the
nominating process closes). The addresses follow:

Scott P. Sanders
Dept of English Language and Literature
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

e-mail: ssanders -at- unm -dot- edu

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