Roy Neil Graves
5.  Awards and Listings:

   
   
   
  

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 UT Martin awards for teaching, scholarship, and service:

  • Meritorious Service Award from the UTM chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, 2009.
  • Nomination at UT Martin (with others) as an Outstanding Educator for 2002-03.
  •  The Cunningham Teacher/Scholar Award, 1995-96.  (See “Graves Named Winner of Teacher/Scholar Award.”  The Weakley County Press, 14 Aug. 1997, 12.)
  •  Nomination at UT Martin (with others) for NAA Outstanding Teacher Award, 1995.
  •  Muriel Tomlinson lecturer, Phi Kappa Phi, UTM, 9 Jan. 1991. 
  •  Nomination at UT Martin (one of three) for National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowships, 1982.

 Scholarships, fellowships, and grants:

  •  Departmental grant for release-time work on the Shakespeare's Lost Sonnets web site, spring 2003, fall 2005. 
  •  UTM minigrant for Faculty Multimedia Center workshop on incorporating technology in the classroom, summer 1999.
  •  Alma and Hal Reagan Faculty Development Award, UTM, fall 1998.
  •  UTM minigrant for study in Arizona State University Special Collections Area, 1996.
  •  Alma and Hal Reagan Faculty Development Award, UTM, spring 1990.
  •  UTM subsidy grant for travel (with others) in England and Wales, December 1986.
  •  Carnegie fellowship for graduate study, University of Mississippi, 1976-77.
  •  Faculty incentive and development grants from UTM supporting graduate study, 1976-77.
  •  NEA and Tennessee Arts Commission grant for publication of a chapbook of poems, 1976.
  •  NEH grant for work as editor of River Region Monographs,a booklet collecting results of the NEH project titled “Humanism and the Rural Community: The 1970s,” Dr. Charles Ogilvie, project director, UTM, 1975.
  •  National Defense Education Act (N.D.E.A.) graduate fellowship, Duke University, 1961-64.

 


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