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This award seeks to recognize a faculty academic advisor who has proven to be an extraordinarily conscientious, supportive, and inspiring advisor/mentor to advisees.
Download Outstanding Academic Advisor Award Nomination Form (pdf file size 35Kb)
An Outstanding Academic Advisor has significantly enhanced advisees' educational experiences by being readily available for them and demonstrating a genuine interest in and concern for their overall educational experience. Recipients of this award are able to effectively teach advisees to process information, refine decision-making and problem-solving skills, take responsibility, and evaluate/enhance academic strengths/weaknesses. As well, outstanding advisors help advisees to utilize appropriate resources and understand their degree requirements and the context of their major as it relates to educational and professional opportunities. While the vast majority of students at SUNY Plattsburgh convey a high degree of satisfaction with their faculty academic advisors, the recipient of the Outstanding Academic Advisor Award epitomizes the collective good of our faculty efforts on behalf of their advising responsibilities.
The recipient of this award will be recognized at the President's Opening Breakfast in the fall (or other college-wide celebration or event) and receive a one-time, cash award and a certificate. As well, the award winner will have her/his nameplate added to a perpetual plaque displayed in the Feinberg Library Entrance.
A committee consisting of 3 faculty members appointed by the Provost's designee from among previous award winners and/or other distinguished award winners, the Director of Academic Advising, and a student representative will review the nominations and recommend award winners. The Provost and Deans' Cabinet will review the recommendations. The President will make the final award decision.
To be eligible to receive the Outstanding Academic Advisor Award the individual must have a minimum of three years of experience at SUNY Plattsburgh as a tenured, tenure-track, or non-tenure track (e.g., lecturer/10 month) teaching faculty position. Recipients may not have been a winner of the award within the past five (5) years.
Note: Files should show evidence of some, but not necessarily all, of the above criteria.
Office Location: Feinberg 101-103
Phone: (518) 564-2080
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