• Monmouth University-William Roberts Charitable Foundation Outstanding Teaching Award 2014

    ATTENTION SENIORS WHO WILL GRADUATE IN JANUARY 2014 OR MAY 2014

    Please Help Us Honor The Outstanding High School Teacher Who Made A Significant Impact On Your Life By Participating In The 2014 Monmouth University-Roberts Charitable Foundation Outstanding Teaching Award.

    Roberts Awards photo 1

    (From left) Roberts Outstanding teacher Katherine Farino (Old Bridge High School) with William Roberts and her former student, Katie Meyer, at the 2013 Awards dinner on May 14, 2013.     

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    (From left) Roberts Outstanding teacher Dr. Bob Feder (Bridgewater-Raritan High School) with William Roberts and his former student Ellen Sternberg at the 2013 Awards dinner.



     

     

     August 20, 2013
      

    MEMORANDUM TO: All Members of the Senior Class 

    RE: Monmouth University-Roberts Charitable Foundation Outstanding Teaching Award
      

    Monmouth University seniors expecting to graduate have an opportunity to recognize superior teaching by nominating an outstanding secondary school teacher who played an important role in their lives. The Monmouth University-Roberts Charitable Foundation Outstanding Teaching Award will be awarded in May. The recipients, up to three each year, will be brought to Monmouth and honored at a dinner prior to Commencement to which students and their parents will also be invited. Each honoree will receive an award of $1,500. Furthermore, every nominated teacher will receive a certificate of recognition.

    Devoted teachers often receive little recognition for their efforts, and students have too few chances to reward them. If one of your secondary school teachers, who is still teaching, (retired teachers will be considered for the prize only under exceptional circumstances) stands out as a person deserving The Monmouth University-Roberts Charitable Foundation Outstanding Teaching Award, please submit his/her name on the attached nomination form. Keep in mind that the information you provide in your nomination will play the most important role in our deliberation process. 

    Completed forms should be submitted to Dr. Lynn Romeo, Dean of the School of Education and chair of the Selection Committee, McAllan Hall, room 116, or by e-mail to soedean@monmouth.edu by Friday, December 13, 2013. Nominations will be reviewed for merit by a committee composed of faculty, students, and chaired by the Dean of Education. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kathleen O'Donnell in the Dean's Office, School of Education (732-571-7518 or kodonnel@monmouth.edu). I urge you to take this opportunity to honor a member of the teaching profession. 

    Paul R. Brown, PhD

    President

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             


    Please Note: This Award Is NOT OPEN To Monmouth University Professors