Tyler Junior College

The Mattie Alice Scroggin Baker Excellence in Teaching Award

Excellence in Teaching Awards

The Mattie Alice Scroggin Baker Excellence in Teaching Awards

The Mattie Alice Scroggin Baker Excellence in Teaching Award:  The Mattie Alice Scroggin Baker Excellence in Teaching Award was established in 1987 from the estate of Mattie Alice Scroggin Baker to recognize the contributions our fulltime faculty provide to student learning in our community. Any full-time faculty member who has taught at Tyler Junior college for five years with expected continuing employment may be nominated for this award. Nominations are handled by the Faculty Senate Professional Growth and Development committee and an election is held each year to determine a winner and runners-up.

Adjunct Excellence in Teaching Award:  The Adjunct Excellence in Teaching Award was established to recognize the contributions that our adjunct faculty provide to student learning in our community. Any adjunct faculty member who has taught at Tyler Junior College for three consecutive years and has held a contract at least once during each of the three academic years with the expectation of continuing employment may be nominated for the award. 

Please only nominate from eligible faculty for 2013-14. Lists are provided in the links below.  
Eligible Full-Time Faculty  •  Eligible Adjunct Faculty