The James Armstrong Award was established in 1978 to honor the late University of Illinois professor, James Armstrong, whose leadership fostered a spirit of cooperation between two-year college mathematics teachers and the mathematics faculties at four-year colleges and universities. The award is to be given annually to a four-year college or university professor who continues this tradition of cooperation and assistance with the two-year colleges.
This award is given at the annual IMACC Conference. Nominations need submitted before March 1.
To nominate someone for the James Armstrong Award, simply submit a letter of support to Paul McCombs, IMACC Awards Committee Chair.
Rock Valley College
3301 N Mulford Rd
Rockford, IL 61114
If you do not receive confirmation of an nomination, then please follow up with Paul McCombs.
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