CCA Call for 2019 Award Nominations

The Carolinas Communication Association (CCA) is accepting nominations for two annual teaching awards that will be presented at the 2019 CCA conference in Hilton Head, SC. Information and submission requirements for each award are listed below.

Please submit nominations to John A. McArthur at john.mcarthur@furman.edu by August 20, 2019.

The Mônica Pombo Early Career Teaching Award
The Mônica Pombo Early Career Teaching Award honors Carolinas Communication Association members who have demonstrated teaching excellence early in their careers. Potential nominees must teach courses in the communication discipline and must have taught full-time for at least two years, but not more than five years. A single letter of nomination written by colleagues who know the nominee and her/his/their qualifications well is required for this award. The letter should articulate the reasons a nominee ought to receive the award and provide evidence that the nominee’s early career teaching efforts are and/or have been exceptional. Though not required, supporting evidence such as a nominee’s curriculum vita, student and colleague testimonials, teaching work products, etc. is welcomed.

The Lloyd Rohler Career Teaching Award
The Lloyd Rohler Career Teaching Award honors Carolinas Communication members who have consistently demonstrated excellence in teaching communication throughout their academic careers. Potential nominees must be employed full-time teaching courses in communication for a minimum of ten years. Emeriti nominees, however, may be considered. A single letter of nomination written by colleagues who know the nominee and her/his/their qualifications well is required for this award. The letter should articulate the reasons a nominee ought to receive the award and provide evidence that the nominee’s overall career teaching efforts are and/or have been exceptional. Though not required, supporting evidence such as a nominee’s curriculum vita, student and colleague testimonials, teaching work products, etc. is welcomed.

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