College/Distinguished Teaching Award
About the College of Business Distinguished Teaching Award
In the fall semester, business students nominate the faculty member who has made the most positive impact on their educational experience.
The Scholarships, Honors, and Awards faculty committee then reviews the nominees’ teaching philosophy and syllabi, and selects the winner.
The Distinguished Teaching Award is presented to a tenured or tenure-track professor. This person’s name is forwarded to the Senior Vice
Chancellor for Academic Affairs Office as the college's selection for the College Distinguished Teaching Award.
About Nebraska's Distinguished Teaching Award
On the Campus level, fifteen faculty members will be given distinguished teaching awards upon the recommendation of the colleges. These
faculty members will receive a $1,000 cash award through funds provided by the Nebraska Legislature. The distribution among Colleges is as follows:
Arts and Sciences: 6
Business Administration: 1
Education and Human Sciences: 3
Fine and Performing Arts: 1
Journalism and Mass Communications: 1
Nominee must be a tenured of tenure-track professor for a full year. Once a faculty member has received the Distinguished Teaching Award
he/she will not be eligible for three years following the award.
After Nomination the following supporting materials are needed:
- Your current vita
- A statement of your teaching philosophy
- Syllabi of at least 2 courses taught in the last year
- Summary of teaching effectiveness from at least two courses, including teaching evaluation data (qualitative and quantitative), course enrollments, average course GPA, Dept. average for that level of course
Please submit these materials in one complete file, MS Word or PDF format.
Call for Nominations on November 1
Reminder for Nominations on December 1
Student Nominations due December 15
Supporting Material due January 5
Committee Selection due January 15