Recognizing Excellence in Research, Scholarly, or Creative Work
Candidates will be judged on their records in the areas of research, scholarly, or creative work. Specific requirements are that the candidates:
- Be full-time faculty members of UCCS with a rank of Assistant Professor or above
- Be in at least their third year at UCCS
- Have not received the award previously
- Anyone may nominate the candidate; self nominations are accepted.
- Supporting materials are to be assembled by the nominator and must include:
- The nominating letter
- A narrative (double-spaced, 1000-word maximum) of the candidate’s research, scholarly, or creative activities and goals, written by the candidate
- The candidate's curriculum vitae
- A maximum of five letters of recommendation (These letters may be solicited from faculty, colleagues or administrators, with at least one being an external letter. Among other attributes of the candidate, these letters should address the originality of the candidate's research, and the impact and contribution of the candidate's work, both within and outside of his or her discipline.)
- Examples of research, scholarly or creative work: published books or articles, photos or videos of exhibits or performances, citations of the candidate's work, etc.
- The supporting materials should be assembled as a package and delivered to David Anderson, Chair, Campus Awards Committee, CENT 241. (See also Tips for Preparing Award Nominations.)
While this award emphasizes excellence in research, scholarly, and creative works, the committee recognizes that all faculty are expected to perform meritoriously in the areas of teaching and service as well. Those components need not be addressed in the letters or narrative, but should be discernible in the curriculum vitae.
Friday, March 8, 2019
The winner of the Faculty Award for Excellence in Research will receive a custom-made freestanding sculptured award and $4,000 (less taxes). The award will be presented at the Campus Awards Ceremony.
Funding for the Faculty Award for Excellence in Research is provided by the Provost.
Questions? Contact: David Anderson, Chair of the Faculty Awards Committee