Presidential Award for Excellence in Collaboration to Improve Teaching
The Presidential Award for Excellence in Collaboration to Improve Teaching is presented annually to pairs or groups of full-time and/or part-time Bridgewater State University faculty and librarians. One such award is presented each year. The group will receive a plaque and an award of $10,000 to be divided among the award winners. Winners will be announced at the Awards for Academic Excellence Ceremony in the Spring.
This award recognizes innovation in the development of teaching programs at either the undergraduate or graduate levels with well-documented need and/or impact. Examples include, but are not limited to, collaborative teaching, faculty/librarian collaboration, program-specific faculty development, curriculum development or revision, improvement in the quality of teaching through assessment or other means, and new-program initiatives.
This award is self nominated. Nominations should include:
The review committee consists of four faculty who are previous award winners (including DiNardo Teaching Award winders) from different colleges; four students, drawn from different colleges; the Director of Teaching and Learning, the Executive Assistant to the President, and the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs. The committee makes recommendation to the Provost and President.
The deadline for nominations is Friday, January 18, 2013, and award winners will be notified by early April and announced at the Awards for Academic Excellence Ceremony. Nomination materials should be submitted electronically to the Office of Academic Affairs. If you have any questions, please contact Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org or x 2564.
Last Modified: September 13, 2012