Outstanding Academic Advising Awards – 2008
Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award (nominated by students)
This award will be presented to one UW-L faculty member
who will be recognized for making a significant effort to advise
undergraduate students on academic issues. Any UW-L faculty
member (full-time, part-time, tenure track or academic staff)
who provides academic advising to undergraduate students is
eligible for this award. The director of the
Outstanding Professional Advisor Award (nominated by students)
This award will be presented to one UW-L professional
staff member who will be recognized for making a significant
effort to advise undergraduate students. Any UW-L professional
staff member (whose
primary assignment is not teaching) who works with students
is eligible for this award.
Nominations are sought from UW-L students
beginning February 5, 2008. Nomination materials are due to the
AAC no later than April
5, 2008. Award winners will be selected by
Those wishing to make nominations can simply complete the nomination form located on the next page to assist us in understanding the many ways your advisor has helped you here at UW-L.
Award winners and all nominees will be
contacted by the
Please note that you may nominate more than one individual/ organization for award recognition. However, each nominee must be nominated separately with the required paperwork.
Complete this form (front & back side) to make a nomination.
completed form and any additional documentation to the
I am nominating ______________________________ for the following award (check one)
□ Outstanding Faculty Advisor □ Outstanding Professional Advisor
Nomination submitted by:
Signature: ___________________________________ Date: __________________
Class Standing (circle): Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Grad
UWL E-Mail address: ___________________________
Phone #: (_____)_____________
Please turn over and complete other side as well.
Please check any of the following National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) recommended advisement standards to describe the ways in which your advisor has helped you:
□ development of suitable educational plans;
□ clarification of career and life goals;
□ selection of appropriate courses and other educational experiences;
□ interpretation of institutional requirements;
□ enhancement of student awareness about educational resources available (e.g., internships, study abroad, honors, and learning assistance programs);
□ evaluation of student progress toward established goals;
□ development of decision making skills;
□ reinforcement of student self direction
□ referral to and use of institutional and community support services; and
□ collection and distribution of data regarding student needs, preferences, and performance for use in making institutional decisions and policy.
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