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NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR AWARDS
to be recognized at the annual
Faculty Recognition Luncheon

Nomination Deadline: 8:00 AM, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2013

Motoichiro Oghimi Global Courage Award

Award Criteria:

  1. This award recognizes those that exhibit the intercultural courage exemplified by Motoichiro Oghimi, one of Hope's first international students.
  2. It is given to a faculty or academic staff member who exemplifies the following qualities:
    • Deep engagement with that part of the Hope College mission that calls us to prepare students for leadership and service in a global society.
    • Bold risk-taking in creating new ways and opportunities to help students engage people, places and cultures different from their own.
    • Engagement in global initiatives that go above and beyond his/her normal responsibilities.
  3. The nominator should provide evidence that these criteria have been met.

Candidates who have been nominated in the past may be re-nominated.

Previous Award Winners

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Janet L. Andersen Excellence in Teaching Award

Award Criteria:

  1. This award recognizes specific activities or aspects of teaching, rather than generic "effective teaching," but the emphasis must still be on recognizable excellence. Examples of specific activities include effectiveness in the use of collaborative learning in the classroom or through service learning or mentoring (either of students or of faculty colleagues).
  2. Any member of the continuing faculty with a minimum of seven years of full-time teaching experience is eligible for this award.
  3. The nominator will explain the specific basis for the nomination, and provide evidence for teaching excellence and examples of specific activities or techniques that foster student learning.
Candidates who have been nominated in the past may be re-nominated. Department chairs are particularly challenged to use this opportunity to nominate one of your many talented faculty.

Previous Award Winners

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Ruth and John Reed Faculty Achievement Award

Award Criteria:

  1. This award is given to a faculty member who is first a superior teacher, but who also contributes significantly in some other area of professional life: as a research scholar, as a guide in student activities (theatre, music, sports, sciences), as an administrator, or as a representative of the college in the community.
  2. Full-time faculty in any discipline at Hope are eligible for this award regardless of years of service.
  3. The nominator should provide evidence of superior teaching and examples of significant contributions in other areas of professional life.

Candidates who have been nominated in the past may be re-nominated. Department chairs are particularly challenged to use this opportunity to nominate one of your many talented faculty.

Previous Award Winners

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Provost's Award for Service to the Academic Program

Award Criteria:

  1. This award is given to individuals who serve the academic program in special ways and enable others to accomplish their work with excellence.
  2. All faculty, administrators and staff members are eligible for nomination.
  3. The nominator should describe the specific ways in which the candidate has served the academic program. Service may have occurred in the past, not necessarily just in the current or previous academic year.

Candidates who have been nominated in the past may be re-nominated.

 

Previous Award Winners

 

NOTE: Nominations for any of these awards may not exceed 2 single-spaced pages (11 point font).

Send all nominations electronically to attn:Lannette Zylman-Ten Have (zylman@hope.edu)

Award winners' names will be placed on special plaques located in the 2nd floor hallway between VanWylen Library and VanZoeren Hall (Oghimi will be placed in Martha Miller Center)