The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 760
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MARY JON AND J. P. BRYAN
LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATION AWARD
The Mary Jon andJ. P. Bryan Leadership in
Education Award is given annually to recog-
nize and honor the outstanding teacher in
Texas. History teachers at the Middle
School, High School and college levels are
eligible. The winning teacher for 2003 will
be presented a certificate and a check for
$5,000 at the Association's Annual Meeting
in March 2004.
Any person may nominate any full-time
teacher presently teaching history in a Texas
school or college. Letters of nomination
sent to the award committee must be post-
marked on or before December o0, 2003.
Supporting detail may include the nomi-
nee's resume or vita, a list of activities and
accomplishments, awards/honors, publica-
tions, descriptions of programs the nominee
has created, etc. However, the letter and
supporting detail cannot exceed seven pages.
Should the judges decide that no entry
meets the requirements, they may withhold
the award at their discretion.
Please submit your nomination and
supporting materials to:
Mary Jon andJ. P. Bryan Leadership in
Texas State Historical Association
SRH 2.306, University of Texas
Austin, Texas 78712.
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