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Chancellor's Faculty & Staff Awards

We take pride in recognizing the hard working team we have at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. Below are the 2015 winners by category. If you are a UAPB employee and are interested in nominating yourself for an award, please view the criteria below. All submissions will be verified to confirm that individuals are active members of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. Previous recipients are also ineligible to win in consecutive years.


Categories:

Distinguished Teaching Award

This award recognizes those engaged in the highest quality teaching or instruction. Current UAPB faculty, lecturers, and instructors are eligible. Visiting faculty and student teaching assistants are ineligible. Individuals with appointments below 100% FTE are also eligible though breadth and depth of achievement weigh heavily. Each nomination is subject to verification.

Criteria:
1. Extensive knowledge and mastery of the subject matter
2. Innovation in course and curriculum design
3. Ability to inspire, guide, and mentor students through independent and creative thinking
4. Service as a mentor, collaborator, and consultant to other faculty and teaching assistants
5. Work that enriches the scholarship of teaching and learning

Nominations will be accepted from faculty, staff, students, and community partners.
Up to 3 awards annually.


University Customer Service Award

This award recognizes those who exhibit the highest degree of customer service. The University is fortunate to have faculty and staff members who demonstrate continuous, meritorious performance. However, there are those whose performance consistently exceeds the standards and expectations set for their position. This award is intended to recognize those staff members whose commitment and performance has made a significant impact on the University. The awards will recognize the diversity of all ranks of staff members and represent a cross section of campus responsibility centers. All faculty and staff are eligible for this award, but administrators are not eligible.

1. If eligibility is confirmed, the nominee, nominee’s supervisor and nominator will receive notice of the nomination. Nominees should then collect supporting information based on the Criteria for Selection and submit it to the Award Committee Chair by the deadline.

2. Supporting information should include:
 - Letters of recommendation supporting the candidate’s nomination from individuals who have utilized their services (e.g., faculty, staff, students, alumni, etc.).
 - Listing of services that the candidate has performed for the University, including service on committees and task forces (i.e., process improvement teams, mapping teams, 
 - United Way, Staff Association Council, Equipoise, the Provost’s Advisory Committee on Women’s Concerns, etc.).
 - A statement of the nominee’s philosophy or core beliefs about customer service (not more than 1 page) should be included.
 - The Award Committee reviews submissions and deliberates, considering the purpose of the award and the criteria for selection.

Criteria:
1. Recommendation letters should give specific examples of how the nominee demonstrated a consistent pattern of extraordinary dedication to the University, consistently above and beyond the responsibilities of the nominee’s position, by addressing how the nominee:
a. Made exceptional contributions toward the effectiveness/efficiency in the workplace.
b. Implemented one or more innovative approaches which impact productivity.
c. Developed and/or implemented cost-saving plans, which enhance operation.
d. Exhibited consistently excellent customer service (e.g., assuring responsive, timely and professional service).
e. Demonstrated consistently positive interpersonal skills that support the diversity of the University community.
f. Volunteered for and/or worked on special projects.
g. Served on committees and made contributions.
h. Contributed to an exceptionally supportive, team-oriented environment in the workplace.
i. Made special efforts to recognize excellence in others.
j. Took advantage of opportunities to improve work-related skills and abilities and/or encouraged others to do likewise.
k. Performed service to the University outside of the normal work environment.

(Up to 2 awards will be given for classified staff and 6 overall)

University Outreach and Engagement Award

This award recognizes all types of public service; it would reward those whose service have the greatest impact for the university. It is given annually to a faculty member who has demonstrated exemplary leadership in community-based instruction, including public service internships and community partnership projects.

Criteria
1. Demonstrates leadership in community-based instruction
2. Actively engages with public service and community partners
3. Demonstrates ability to integrate community-based experiences with classroom instruction and course work

(Up to 1 Award Annually)


Distinguished Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Award

This award recognizes those who produce the highest quality research, scholarship or creative activities, or grant funding for these types of activities.

Criteria:
1. Distinction in or contribution to his/her scholarly field;
2. Significant impact on communities, whether local, national, or global;
3. Significant impact on UAPB research communities (e.g., undergraduate research, mentoring or fostering graduate student research, interdisciplinary research projects, or leadership in a research center or broad research initiative). They should include a one-page letter that outlines the ways in which the nominee has provided distinction in one or more aspects of the criteria for the award, emphasizing significant accomplishments in recent years. Evidence of accomplishment should be considered. Such evidence could include: publications, citations, or reviews; external awards (federal or foundation funding, Fulbright, etc.); regional, national, or international recognition (professional or community awards), media coverage, demonstrated impact on UAPB students or research initiatives, election or appointment to significant organizations based on scholarly or creative achievements.
Up to 3 awards annually.

University Global Engagement Award

This award recognizes faculty and/or non- classified staff members for outstanding contributions to global education and international programs at the University or in their field or discipline. In addition to honoring individual faculty and staff members, the award—by identifying excellence in global engagement and by recognizing outstanding work—serves as a resource and inspiration to other faculty and staff. Non-classified staff could also be recognized for outstanding contributions to global education, global competency, cultural understanding and/or international programs at the University or in their field or discipline. The award honors individual faculty and staff who have distinguished themselves in their work, and serve as a resource and inspiration to other faculty and staff.

Eligibility
Faculty Nominees: Nominees must have been instrumental in promoting significant international understanding, global engagement, international education, and/or institution building, at home or abroad, either through their institutional position or in other leadership capacities. Identifying innovative educational opportunities, inspiring colleagues, students and staff to engage globally, and/or serving the global community as a leader are important hallmarks of the nominees in this category. Nominees must be current faculty members and must have been at the UAPB for at least five years and a major part of their international contributions must be in association with UAPB or have occurred during their employment at the UAPB.

Staff Nominees: Nominees must have been instrumental in advancing significant international understanding, global engagement, international education, at home or abroad. Innovation, creativity, and inspiration in promoting global education, cultural understanding, intercultural teaching and learning, and/or development of international learning among students, staff, and faculty are important hallmarks of the nominees in this category. Nominees must be a current staff member, and have worked at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff for a minimum of two years. The engagement with international education or global engagement must be in association with UAPB or have occurred during their employment at the UAPB.

(Up to 1 Award Annually)


All Awards:

Nominators: In order to ensure that the nomination is an open process, any individual within the University community, including students and alumni, may nominate a staff member for an Award.

All submissions will be verified to confirm that individuals are active members of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. Previous recipients are also ineligible to win in consecutive years.

Individuals may not be nominated for more than one award. The committee will use discretion if an individual is nominated for two concurrent awards, and will move the nomination to the appropriate award category based on their best judgment. In addition, if a nominee meets and exemplifies the description of a particular award versus another award, the committee will use clear and concise judgment when deciding to move or not to move the individual’s nomination to a more suitable award category. The committee will give special consideration to nominees whose accomplishments contribute to the University’s national prominence. No award will be made in any category in which there is not a deserving nominee.

To apply, please forward a nomination letter and supporting materials to:

Mrs. Gladys Benford, Director of Administrative Services

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

1200 N. University Drive, Mail Slot #4942

Pine Bluff, AR 71601

Voice: 870-575-8405 | Fax: 870-575-4750 | benfordg@hothairsale.com