Thank-An-Eagle Program and Celebration
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 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.