FCEA 2020 Distinguished Colleague Award Nomination Form
The Florida College English Association is accepting nominations for the 2020 Distinguished Colleague Award.

All currently active members of FCEA are eligible for this award, which highlights "significant and sustained contributions in teaching, scholarship, and service." Candidates need not demonstrate equivalent contributions in all three areas; selection is based on overall accomplishments.

A short list of potential award recipients will be sent out prior to the conference date so that nominees and their colleagues and mentors can plan to be in attendance at the awards dinner during the conference. If no nominations meet the criteria for the award in any given year, no award will be given.

Self-nominations are encouraged. The winner must be in attendance at the annual conference to receive their award.

Questions? Contact Christina Connor at fceaconference@gmail.com for more information. Please include "Distinguished Colleague Award" in the subject line of the email.
NOMINATIONS DUE: August 1st, 2020 by 11:59pm Eastern Time
Name of the Person being Nominated *
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Institutional Affiliation of Nominee *
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How long has this person been an active member of FCEA? *
"Active" membership is defined by paying dues and attending the annual conference. Years of active membership do not have to be consecutive.
Does the Nominee plan to attend the 2019 Conference? *
The nominee must be in attendance at the conference in order to receive their award.
Letter of Nomination *
Describe how and why the nominee showcases significant and sustained contributions in teaching, scholarship, and service. (Limit 5000 characters--about 1000 words.)
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References *
List at least three references who can vouch for the credentials of the nominee. This list should include each reference's name, title/role, institutional or organizational affiliation, email address, and phone number.
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Copy/Paste the Nominee's Curriculum Vitae *
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