ACL Advocacy Award Nomination Form
The American Classical League’s Advocacy Award is intended to recognize significant and meaningful advocacy for the study of Classics from leaders outside the field of Classics. Advocates may include the following professions: business leaders, legislators, writers, school administrators, or anyone else who advocates for the Classics.
Anyone who is an advocate for the Classics is eligible to be nominated.
We especially encourage nominations for candidates from the region in which the ACL Institute will be held.
Anyone who has taught Classics within the past five years is ineligible for this award.
Typically, one recipient will be selected each spring by the ACL Visibility and Advocacy Committee. Recipient(s) will be recognized and their award(s) presented by the ACL President at the annual ACL Institute banquet.
Nominations from ACL members are due by December 1.
Your Name (Nominator must be a current ACL member):
Nominee for Advocacy Award :
Nominee's phone number:
Nominee's email address:
Why should your nominee receive the Advocacy Award for ACL?
How have they supported and promoted the study of Classics?
How do they embody the mission of ACL? The mission reads as follows: The American Classical League celebrates, supports, and advances the teaching and learning of the Greek and Latin languages, literatures, and cultures and their timeless relevance.
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