Faculty & Staff Awards
Submissions for 2023 Are Open
Deadline to submit nominations is 5 p.m. Monday, March 27, 2023. The nomination form is linked at each award's page. Please refer to the forms for eligibility, criteria and supporting documentation details. Each nomination package is to be compiled into a single PDF. Email nominations — and questions — to Brandon Weston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College of Education and Health Professions honors faculty and staff members each year for their teaching, research and service to the college and the University of Arkansas. Announcement about the 2021-22 winners. The eight awards include:
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Excellence
This new award, guided by the U of A’s Diversity principles, will recognize outstanding performance by a faculty member for achieving balance among the duties of service, teaching, mentoring/advising and research/scholarly work during the previous four calendar years.
This award recognizes a faculty member with a long-standing record of outstanding performance based on the impact made on the university and national recognition in their discipline.
George Denny STAR
This award recognizes a faculty member for achieving balance by exhibiting outstanding performance during the past year in service, teaching, mentoring/advising AND research.
This award recognizes a faculty member for the single most important research endeavor completed within a two-year period of the current term. This award prior to 2023 was titled "Significant Research.”
Outstanding Mentoring and Advising
Nominees are evaluated based on their accomplishments for mentoring/advising students within the past year in their professional development and in their degree seeking, course progression or specialty selection.
Nominees are evaluated based on an outstanding — in creativity and effectiveness — teaching technique, strategy, method or assignment implemented within the past year.
This award recognizes and rewards a new and junior faculty member for outstanding performance in at least two of these areas: research, teaching, service and mentoring/advising.
Nominees are evaluated based on a balance of their accomplishments for service within the past year to the college and university, the profession and field, and to the community.