The University Teaching and Advising Awards process has been changed to make sure we are rewarding the kind of teaching the university needs to see; and that has meant asking for different kinds of evidence of effectiveness (lining up with the research on learning that universities like FSU have done in recent years). Therefore, everything that needs to be done for a submission is now in their letter of nomination, and is also listed below.
The responsibility for doing the application for an award now lies with the nominee instead of others; i.e., no more questionnaires, FEAS, CV/vita, etc. Nominations are all done by a person or persons, no more “auto-nominations” via student evaluations.
Below are links to the various parts of this process.
- Solicitation of nomination information including categories of awards
- Information from Teaching Award nominee’s letter
- Information from Advising Award nominee’s letter
- Award category questions
- Distinguished Teacher Award submission instructions