Awards and Recognition

"Toot Your Horn Tuesdays" and "Top Toots" Recognition 

Members of the UK community are encouraged to "toot your horns" and tell us about the outstanding work being done by advisors on UK's campus.  You may recognize yourself or a valued colleague via the submission of this short online form.  "Top Toots!" will be selected from the pool, and those advisors will be featured in an upcoming Advising Network Weekly Digest.  

 

If a College or Organizational Unit is doing good work that you'd like to have featured, we also invite you to submit information about those initiatives!   To "Toot Your Horn" for a college or org unit, submit an Announcement for the digest or email advisingnetwork@uky.edu with "Toot Your Horn" as the subject line.

 

The Advising Network weekly digest will regularly feature a "Toot Your Horn Tuesday" section.    The section will include the "Top Toots!" advisor spotlights, as well as highlight good work being done by the Advising Network and colleges/units across campus.

 

Ken Freedman Outstanding Advisor Awards

Each year, the Ken Freedman Outstanding Advisor Award is presented by the UK Advising Network to one full-time professional advisor and one faculty advisor for outstanding service.  Ken Freedman, the award's namesake, was one of the founders of the UK Advising Network in 1986 and served as a professional advisor at UK until his death in 2001.

 

To see the full list of previous Ken Freedman awardees, click here.

 

Awardees will receive a $500 travel grant from the Division of Undergraduate Education and will be recognized at the February Advising Network Luncheon.  Awardees will also be nominated by the University for the Region 3 Excellence in Advising Award and for the National Academic Advising Association Outstanding Advisor Award.

 

NACADA Awards

To see the full list of University of Kentucky advisors recognized by the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), click here.

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