Nominations for Excellence in Teaching Awards due Oct. 10
The 2019-2020 Excellence in Teaching Awards process is now accepting nominations from UNCSA faculty, students and alumni, of faculty members who are making an exceptional impact on teaching.
The award carries a $2,500 stipend, a formal citation, and extensive public recognition. Recipients of this award, who have been teaching at UNCSA for at least seven years, are then considered for the UNC Board of Governors award that recognizes excellent and exceptional teaching over a sustained period. The one institutional BOG award honoree receives a $12,500 stipend, a commemorative bronze medallion, and special recognition at UNCSA’s commencement exercises. Both awards are prestigious distinctions for individuals whose extraordinary efforts have made UNCSA a better place.
UNCSA Excellence in Teaching Award Criteria:
- Concern for students
- Enthusiasm for the subject they teach
- Ability to motivate student effort
- Ability to fairly critique student effort and communicate that critique to the student
- Organization of knowledge for student use
- Command of the subject being taught
- Up-to-date scholarship/creative work and awareness of recent developments in their field
- Ability to integrate professional development into their teaching
- Commitment to the UNCSA community and the greater community
Please visit the Teaching and Learning Center website, read the award requirements to determine eligibility, review list of past winners, and submit a nomination if you know a faculty member who deserves such recognition. Also you may want to read "5 Tips for Strengthening Nomination Statements" to get you started on your submission. The deadline for nominations is Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019.
Contact: Sarah Craven
Updated: Sept. 16, 2019