Nature of the Work to be Considered: The Mark Reynolds TETYC Best Article Award is granted each year to the author whose essay manifests excellence in the following areas: content currency, style, form, value to readers and overall impression.
Dates of Articles to be Considered: Articles to be considered will be chosen from TETYC issues of the year prior to selection (March, May, September, December).
Nature of the Award: A plaque will be awarded to the author of the winning article along with a cash award.
Presentation: The presentation of the award will be made at the Annual CCCC Convention and announced in TETYC.
Winner of the 2010 TETYC Best Aricle of the Year Award
Read the Winning Article for 2010
Past Winners of the TETYC Best Article of the Year Award
*At the 2010 CCCC Conference in Louisville, the TETYC Best Article of the Year Award Selection Committee requested that the TYCA Executive Committee consider renaming this award for a long-time TYCA member who has contributed to the scholarship and mission of TYCA and the Teaching of English in the Two-Year College journal. The TYCA EC approved the change. A Committee was formed. They looked at numerous candidates and unanimously nominated former TETYC editor Mark Reynolds for the honor.