Chancellor’s Distinguished Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Mentor Award
DEADLINE MAY 3, 2016 at 11:59 pm
The Chancellor’s Distinguished Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Mentor Award honors the contribution of faculty who mentor undergraduate students in research and creative practice who exemplify the University of Washington Bothell’s commitment to undergraduate education and hold the student-faculty relationship to be paramount.
The awards are intended to recognize excellence in supporting undergraduate scholars, to encourage mentoring relationships with undergraduate students, and to convey the campus' high regard for these contributions made by our faculty. The award recipients are recognized at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Symposium held at UW Bothell every May. Award winners serve as role models to other mentors on campus on how to best support undergraduate research and creative scholarship. Award winners will be asked to serve as a resource for other faculty and the campus community.
To Recommend a Mentor for Nomination:
Students, faculty, and staff can recommend a faculty mentor to be considered for the Chancellor’s Distinguished Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Mentor Award. Faculty can self-nominate.
Please send a letter of nomination to email@example.com briefly explaining how the nominee meets the award criteria.
Award criteria and more application information
Application packet. Application packets are due May 8 at 11:59 pm. Earlier is preferred.
Below is a list of what is required for the application - nominees must supply the following materials to the selection committee:
Summary of nominee's record regarding the mentoring of undergraduate research and creative practice activities (3 pages maximum).
A list of undergraduates mentored by the nominee, along with a brief (1-3 sentences) description of the research/creative accomplishments of each student (e.g. completion of a thesis, presentations, juried art exhibitions, awards, etc.)
Letters of support from current or former undergraduate students (up to three; 1 page maximum each
Leadership activities promoting undergraduate research and creative practice (may be part of summary or may be expanded here-1 page maximum).
Additionally, the nomination materials can include letters of support from alumni, graduate students, or faculty members, as well as any other materials that document the mentor's commitment to undergraduate research (up to three; 1 page maximum each).
The Chancellor's Faculty Mentor Award recognizes TWO awards of $2000, all University of Washington Bothell Faculty are eligible (tenured, tenure-track and full and part-time lecturers)!
Please submit nomination by May 3, 2016! Application packets are due May 8 at 11:59 pm.