FOR OUTSTANDING SCHOLAR-TEACHER
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
December 7, 2012
The award is named after Professor Gary Lindberg of the Department of English who was an outstanding scholar and teacher. Each year, the College of Liberal Arts makes an award of $5,000 to a truly outstanding scholar and teacher in the liberal arts at the University of New Hamsphire. The most recent recipients have been Sheila McNamee, Communication; Scott Schnepf, Art and Art History; Douglas Lanier, English; Thomas Newkirk, English; Charlotte Witt, Philosophy and Humanities; and Jan Golinski, History.
The Lindberg Award Selection Committee is seeking nominations for the 2013 Lindberg Award. The nomination process has been greatly streamlined compared to years past. Please submit one letter of nomination and the nominee's current CV only. While nominations may be submitted by any faculty member, please be sure that only one letter of nomination is put forward for each nominee. The letter of nomination must address scholarship and teaching.
We may ask for additional supporting material after the initial review of nominees at a later time. You may nominate more than one faculty member.
The Lindberg Award goes to "a truly outstanding scholar and teacher in the Liberal Arts." Nominees should be tenured faculty members with substantial experience at UNH and a distinguished record of teaching and scholarship.
Please send us your nomination(s) by February 1, 2013. Send your email nomination with attached CV to Peg Kirkpatrick in the Dean's office at email@example.com.