-->Deadline Extended for AUA Monarch Professional Award - Now Due March 10, 2014
Due to the snow storm, the deadline for the 2014 AUA Monarch Professional Award has been extended to Monday, March 10th at 5 p.m.
Please note that this recognition opportunity is designed for mid-level AP Faculty members who could be viewed as “rising stars” within the University.
We hope you will consider nominating a deserving employee and we look forward to receiving your nominations.
Questions concerning this award may be directed to Trey Mayo, AUA president, at email@example.com
The Association of University Administrators (AUA) seeks nominations for the 2014 Monarch Professional Award.
The objective of this award is to recognize mid-level administrators and professionals with a developing body of work at the University who demonstrate exceptional performance in their position. The developing body of work should support at least one of the categories below.
Letters of nomination should not exceed three pages and nomination packets shall not exceed 20 pages.
Nominators are encouraged to provide supporting letters and are responsible for collecting all supporting letters and materials. Letters should reference the 2014 AUA Monarch Professional Award. Electronic packets will be accepted provided they are complete at the time of submission.
The extended deadline for nominations is Monday, March 10, 2014 no later than 5 p.m. Nomination packets should be submitted to:
135 Oceanography and Physics Building
Norfolk, VA 23529
Final selection will be made by a committee of former Administrator of the Year and Monarch Professional Award recipients.
- Be designated by the University to be an AP Faculty member;
- Be at the level of director or lower in terms of position title; and,
- Have made a major contribution to the Monarch community within a reasonably recent time frame.
If you are unsure about your nominee's eligibility, please contact Human Resources at (757) 683-3042 for assistance.
Criteria for the AUA Monarch Professional Award:
The nominee should demonstrate exceptional performance in the following areas including, but not limited to:
Evidence of contributions that have made an impact on the campus community.
Evidence of leadership, irrespective of administrative position; advocacy for students and/or staff; contributions to morale; improvements of processes and procedures.
Evidence that the nominee has excelled in presentations, publications, teaching, research, continuing education and/or recognition by professional organizations which benefited the University.
Posted By: Richard Mayo
Date: Thu Mar 06 09:08:32 EST 2014