Thank-An-Eagle Program and Celebration

Group of diverse people facing camera and smiling in conference room.
This photo was taken at the 2019 Thank-An-Eagle celebration honoring the recipients. 
Group of diverse people facing camera and smiling in conference room.

This photo was taken at the 2019 Thank-An-Eagle celebration honoring the recipients. 

Provost Longworth and the Faculty Development Center hosts a university-wide event called Thank-An-Eagle, where EMU students have a chance to thank an instructor, staff member, coach, GA or mentor who has helped them during their time here at EMU.

Thank-An-Eagle Nomination Details for 2021-2022

Deadline: The Thank-An-Eagle nomination form will accept student comments until TBD.

Thank-An-Eagle Nomination

Thank-An-Eagle Celebration Details

At this time, no in-person celebrations are scheduled. 

About the Thank-An-Eagle Program

For many instructors and mentors, an unsolicited "thank you" from a student is a highlight of their semester's experience. The instructor or staff member you thank receives a formal Thank-An-Eagle letter of recognition from the Faculty Development Center that includes the student's remarks.

The Thank-An-Eagle program was created by Dr. Amy Johnson (Chemistry Department) and Dr. Katherine Ryker (Geology & Geography Department), and funded through an FDC Program Request Proposal process for 2016–17.  This program was so successful, we are now offering it as an annual event.

Past Recipients 

Download the past recipient list for Thank-An-Eagle [PDF].

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