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Jeremy Mobley receives NACADA Outstanding New Advisor Award

NACADA Presents 2021 Global Awards

Grant and Award Announcement

University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture

Jeremy Mobley

image: Jeremy Mobley recieved the Outstanding New Advisor – Primary Role Award as part of the 2021 Global Awards Program for Academic Advising from NACADA. Image courtesy UTIA. view more 

Credit: UTIA

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Jeremy Mobley, student success advisor in the University of Tennessee Department of Animal Science, was selected as an Outstanding New Advisor – Primary Role Award Winner as part of the 2021 Global Awards Program for Academic Advising from NACADA: The Global Network for Academic Advising. Mobley was presented with this award at the NACADA Annual Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, on October 6. The award is presented to advisors who have demonstrated qualities associated with outstanding academic advising of students and who have served as a professional advisor for a period of three or fewer years.

Award winners support NACADA’s Core Values, represent the best professional practices in advising and have a great impact on their students and colleagues.

“I think it is really exciting to have won this award recognizing the work that I am doing with our students, but, more importantly, to know that the students who I advise see the value in my support is really special,” says Mobley.

Since 1983, NACADA has honored individuals and institutions making significant contributions to the improvement of academic advising. Our goal is to promote quality academic advising and professional development of members to enhance the educational development of students. 

NACADA’s membership has grown to over 14,000 faculty, professional advisors, administrators, counselors and others in academic and student affairs concerned with the intellectual, personal and vocational needs of students. In addition, NACADA is the representative and advocate for academic advising and for those providing that service to higher education.

More information is available online about the Global Awards Program for Academic Advising.

Mobley’s work supports students in animal science seeking degrees through the Herbert College of Agriculture within the UT Institute of Agriculture. The Department of Animal Science includes 461 undergraduate students, and Mobley advises approximately 175 of those students.

Through its land-grant mission of research, teaching and extension, the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture touches lives and provides Real. Life. Solutions.

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