Nominations for the Faculty Member of Year Award
Each year the Faculty Council Awards Committee recommends a faculty member to be honored as Faculty Member of the Year. The Awards Committee invites you to participate in the selection process by nominating a candidate for this pretigious award. The recipient will receive a $2000 honorarium and a plaque presented at the Faculty Convocation in the Fall.
Nominators are responsible for submitting the following materials:
- A one-page statement of support for the nominee. The form is available here.
- A copy of the candidate’s curriculum vita.
- A one-page statement from the candidate on how he/she perceives their role as a Loyola faculty member.
- A letter of support from a university colleague commenting, for example, on the collegiality of the candidate, his/her impact on the university and/or other outstanding personal characteristics.
- An outside letter of support commenting on the significance of the candidate’s research.
The deadline for receipt of these materials is Monday, April 1. The Committee will reach a decision in early May.
Materials should be sent to:
Richard Bowen firstname.lastname@example.org
Chairperson, Awards Committee
Department of Psychology
Damen Hall, LSC
General Guidelines for the selection of Faculty Member of the Year:
- A well-established individual who demonstrates a balance in the areas of teaching, research or scholarly activity, and service.
- An individual whose contributions as a Loyolan are consistent with the mission of Loyola University Chicago.
- In excellent role model for students and faculty.
- Previous recipients of the award.
- Faculty members who are retiring or leaving the University at the end of this academic year.
- Administrators who hold faculty rank.