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Thanks again for the acknowledgment of those who wish
to pursue a higher level o eduaction.  I will pass
this information on.  Louise

--- Nic Voge <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Thanks for posting this, Norm.
>
> I was fortunate to have received this award several
> years ago, and
> would be happy to share my thoughts with anyone
> interested in
> pursuing the award. (Please contact me off-list.) I
> think the kind of
> work most of us on this listserv do is very much in
> line with the
> aims of the award. I also think it's an opportunity
> for  grad
> students whose work is related to learning support
> to gain visibility
> in the higher ed teaching community. Ours is a voice
> that needs to be
> heard in AACU and other similar institutions.
> Best of luck,
> Nic
>
>
>
> >CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
> >
> >THE K. PATRICIA CROSS FUTURE LEADERS AWARDS
> >
> >Deadline for receipt of materials: November 4, 2005
> >
> >The K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award
> recognizes graduate students
> >who are committed to developing academic and civic
> responsibility in
> >themselves and others, and who show exemplary
> promise as future leaders
> >of higher education.
> >
> >The awards are sponsored by K. Patricia Cross,
> Professor Emerita of
> >Higher Education at the University of
> California-Berkeley. From 1996
> >through 2005, the K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders
> Awards were
> >administered by the American Association for Higher
> Education, where
> >Professor Cross had served as Chair of AAHE's Board
> of Directors. The
> >Association of American Colleges and Universities
> is pleased to
> >continue the tradition of this prestigious award.
> >
> >Eligibility
> >
> >All doctoral level graduate students who are
> planning a career in
> >higher education are eligible, regardless of
> academic department.
> >
> >Applicants must demonstrate:
> >
> >1) Leadership ability or potential for exercising
> leadership in
> >teaching and learning, with a strong commitment to
> academic and civic
> >responsibility; and
> >
> >2) Leadership or potential leadership in the
> development of others as
> >leaders, scholars, and citizens.
> >
> >Nomination Process
> >
> >A faculty member or administrator must nominate the
> student, with a
> >supporting letter from a second faculty member or
> administrator. The
> >following materials must be submitted for an
> application to be
> >considered:
> >
> >1) a nomination letter from a faculty member or
> administrator;
> >
> >2) a supporting letter from a second faculty member
> or administrator;
> >
> >3) a statement from the student indicating how he
> or she meets the
> >award criteria;
> >
> >4) a copy of the student's curriculum vitae.
> >
> >All materials should be submitted together. Only
> complete applications
> >will be considered.
> >
> >Mail to
> >K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Committee
> >AAC&U
> >1818 R Street, NW
> >Washington, DC 20009
> >
> >Fax
> >202-265-9532 (to the attention of Suzanne Hyers)
> >
> >E-mail [log in to unmask] (with documents attached)
> >
> >Deadline: Friday, November 4, 2005
> >
> >The Award
> >
> >The K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Awards provide
> financial support
> >for graduate students to attend AAC&U's 2006 Annual
> Meeting, "Demanding
> >Excellence: Liberal Education in an Era of Global
> Competition,
> >Anti-Intellectualism, and Disinvestment." The
> meeting will be held
> >January 25-28, 2006, in Washington, DC. All award
> recipients are
> >required to attend the conference.
> >
> >The awards include travel, lodging, conference
> registration (up to
> >$1,500 total), and a one-year affiliation with
> AAC&U, including
> >subscriptions to all AAC&U periodicals.
> >
> >The awards will be announced in December, 2005, and
> recognized at
> >AAC&U's Annual Meeting in January.
> >
> >Contact Information
> >
> >Please contact Suzanne Hyers at 202.387.3760 (ext.
> 425) or
> >[log in to unmask]
> >Association of American Colleges and Universities
> >1818 R Street NW
> >Washington, DC 20009
> >www.aacu.org
> >
> >Norman A. Stahl
> >Professor and Chair
> >Literacy Education
> >GA 147
> >Northern Illinois University
> >DeKalb, IL 60115
> >
> >Phone: (815) 753-9032
> >FAX:   (815) 753-8563
> >[log in to unmask]
> >
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> --
>
>
> Dominic (Nic) J. Voge
> Study Strategies Program Coordinator
> University of California, Berkeley
> Student Learning Center
> 136 Cesar Chavez Student Center  #4260
> Berkeley, CA 94720-4260
>
> (510) 643-9278
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> reinvention,  through
> the restless, impatient, continuing, hopeful inquiry
> men pursue in
> the world, with the world, and with each other.
> --Paolo Freire
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