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Call for Regents Award Applications 2016

The Regents Faculty/Department Awards program was established by the Board of Regents to recognize the excellence of Georgia’s public college and university faculties. The Regents’ Teaching Excellence Awards and Regents’ Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award typically include a monetary award as well as statewide recognition. Nominees will also be recognized locally. Please consider submitting an application and/or identify colleagues or programs that would be deserving of one of these awards.

The Process
The Regents Award Advisory Committee has developed a timeline for processing and review of applications. Preliminary applications are due on April 3 as one .pdf file sent to judycooke@gru.edu. We are only able to submit one nomination from GRU for each award; review of preliminary applications and selection of nominees for each award category will be made by April 15, and feedback will be distributed to applicants soon after. Completed applications from selected nominees will be submitted to the University System of Georgia Office of Academic Affairs and must be completed during fall semester. The Office of Faculty Development and Teaching Excellence will arrange for the nomination letter from the Executive Vice President and Provost.

Preliminary Applications (due April 3)
In order to determine eligibility, criteria, and required documentation for each award, please see the relevant website. In the interest of efficiency and in order not to overburden already busy colleagues, the preliminary application for each award will require a limited set of documentation:

• Regents’ Teaching Excellence Award – Individual — for “strong commitment to teaching and student success.”
Preliminary application should include curriculum vitae, a draft of a reflective statement, and a statement of the evidence that you would provide to support your nomination. Seehttp://www.usg.edu/faculty_affairs/awards/regents_teaching_excellence_awards-call_for_nominations for information about documentation.
• Regents’ Teaching Excellence Award – Program — for “strong commitment to teaching and student success.”
For preliminary application, submit draft of narrative statement described at http://www.usg.edu/faculty_affairs/awards/regents_teaching_excellence_awards-call_for_nominations. Applicant programs should also identify the evidence they would provide to support the nomination.
• Regents’ Teaching Excellence Awards for Online Teaching: for fulltime members of the teaching faculty and teaching academic staff who teach at least 12 credit hours of fully online instruction.
For preliminary application, submit curriculum vitae, a draft of a reflective statement, and identification of evidence you would provide to support your nomination. Seehttp://www.usg.edu/faculty_affairs/awards/regents_teaching_excellence_awards_for_online_teaching_call_for_nominations for complete instructions.
• Regents’ Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Awards: “for faculty members whose scholarship focuses on the instructional mission of the institution.”
Preliminary application should include curriculum vitae, a draft of a reflective statement, and identification of evidence you would provide to support your nomination. More information is available athttp://www.usg.edu/faculty_affairs/awards/regents_scholarship_of_teaching_and_learning_awards-call_for_nominations

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