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J.R. Gould Awards
The Society's Jay R. Gould Award for excellence in teaching technical communication honors the distinguished teaching career of Professor Gould, whose academic mentorship of technical communication students guided many men and women into the profession. The award honors excellence in teaching that becomes true academic mentorship: the personal and professional concern that the best teachers extend to their students beyond the demands of the classroom and beyond even graduation as former students continue to grow throughout their professional careers. To be eligible for the award, a nominee must have been a member of the Society for Technical Communication for ten years and must have been involved in post-secondary education for at least fifteen years.
The following chapter members are recipients of the Society's Jay R. Gould Award.
|2002||Alice Philbin, Ph.D., James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA||For the time and resources she devoted to making sure that her students received the education that would benefit them the most.|
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