Criteria: This award honors a mid-career or senior faculty member/librarian who has a demonstrated record of sustained excellence in scholarship and creative activity. This can include one or more of the following:
- Recognition as a leader in their field of research, scholarly, or creative activity
- An esteemed record of publication
- A record of engaging and publishing/presenting scholarly activity with students
Nomination: Faculty may be nominated by a faculty or staff peer. A completed nomination form should include basic information about the nominator and nominee, as well as a paragraph of up to 500 words describing the nominee’s exceptional record of scholarship and creative activity.
Decision made by: Faculty Senate Awards Committee
Winners will present the Faculty Colloquium for Scholarly and Creative Activity in the Fall semester.
- 2023 – Jarret Crawford, Psychology, School of Humanities and Social Science