• General Board of Higher Education and Ministry Exemplary Teacher Award

    The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church, through the Division of Higher Education, is pleased to offer the 2011-2012 Exemplary Teacher Award.  This program is an important partnership with United Methodist-related educational institutions and expresses our support of an appreciation for outstanding academic teaching. 

    The recipient of the Exemplary Teacher Award should be a person that exemplifies excellence in teaching, civility and concern for students and colleagues, commitment to value-centered education and service to students, the institution and the community. The award is open to either full-time or adjunct faculty.  Any Hamline University student, staff or faculty member may be a nominator, and faculty may self-nominate.

    The Division of Higher Education provides a certificate of appreciation and a $500 award to the recipient that best demonstrates these qualities. 

    The DEADLINE for nominations is February 27, 2012.

    Criteria

    Name of Nominator 

    Mail Stop of Nominator 

    Email of Nominator 

    Phone of Nominator 


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    Department of Nominee 

    Mail Stop of Nominee 

    Email of Nominee 

    Phone of Nominee  

    Nomination Form

    In 500 words or less, describe how the nominee exemplifies excellence in teaching, civility and concern for students and colleagues, commitment to value-centered education and service to students, the institution and the community.


  • Wesley Center - Spirituality, Service, Social Justice 

  • Wesley Center News

    From September 9 - 28, the Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service, and Social Justice will host the exhibit "A Peace of My Mind" by local artist John Noltner in the Anderson Center Ridgeway Forum and will be available for the Hamline community to view as individuals or as a class.

    This summer, Hamline students are learning to grow and share vegetables as part of collaborations with three community garden sites.