NEW ALBANY, Ind. (May 20, 2015) – Jessica Sarver, an academic advisor in the School of Natural Sciences at IU Southeast, has received a Certificate of Merit of the Outstanding New Advisor Award – Primary Advising Role from the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA).
In addition to receiving her award from the NACADA, Sarver was recently named the IU Southeast Advisor of the Year. The Advisor of the Year award recognizes an outstanding faculty or staff advisor at IU Southeast.
The NACADA Annual Awards Program for Academic Advising began in 1983, and it recognizes individuals and institutions who contribute to improvements in academic advising.
The NACADA, which was founded in 1979, serves as an advocate for academic advisors, faculty and administrators in institutions of higher education. The association has over 10,000 members around the world.
The NACADA holds conferences, distributes publications, funds grants and scholarships, offers training and career services, addresses important issues related to academic advising and offers several other services.
For more information about the NACADA, visit its website.