The IMACC Award for Teaching Excellence is an annual award given to an outstanding mathematics teacher in a community college. The recipient of this award will then be nominated for the AMATYC Award for Teaching Excellence to be given next spring (and every odd-numbered year). Please take time to nominate a colleague who you feel is an outstanding teacher and who meets the following criteria.
Nominees must be IMACC members whose primary assigned duties must be delivering instruction in an associate degree granting program. Nominees must have the equivalent of a minimum of 5 years of full-time teaching experience. Individuals can be selected for the award only once.
IMACC members and non-members, such as a supervisor, may nominate. Members may nominate themselves.
Nominations must include only the following*.
* In fairness to all candidates, no additional materials will be considered. Pages exceeding limits will not be considered. Materials not in the checklist will not be considered. Faxed materials will not be considered.
Additional information will be requested from the winner before the application can be submitted to the AMATYC Awards Committee for the AMATYC Award for Teaching Excellence.
Information should be submitted 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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