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The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences recognizes faculty and staff excellence through an awards program. Recipients are nominated by fellow faculty/staff and vetted by the SEAS Faculty Awards Committee or the SEAS Staff Awards Committee.
This award is presented to an early career faculty member(s) whose recent teaching performance, initiatives, publications and/or presentations demonstrate outstanding contributions to education within the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Eligible awardees must be full-time members of one of the School's departments/units and untenured at the Assistant Professor level. Additionally, they must have been at UB for a 3-year period. A faculty member may receive the Early Career Teacher Award only once. A maximum of three awards will be made each year.
Each Chair may nominate up to three persons from his/her department for this award. A cover letter from the Chair (maximum 1 page) and recent CV (maximum 3 pages) must accompany the nomination, together with a citation paragraph which states succinctly why the individual being nominated is worthy of the award. Applications shall be considered by the SEAS Awards Committee. The nominee's name (with nomination materials) will be forwarded to the Dean for final approval.
This award is designed to recognize an early career faculty member with a documented record of teaching excellence over the previous 3 years. Descriptions of new teaching methods or initiatives and/or publications and presentations related to teaching may also be considered positive evidence of excellence.
Deadline: January 10
Nominees (individuals or teams) should demonstrate one or more of the attributes described in the award criteria at the highest levels of contribution, impact, and excellence in relation to SEAS Strategic Goals and UB2020 Goals. With supportive examples, describe why and how the nominee(s) merits special recognition. Please submit a document that addresses the following:
Deadline for all
Staff member who contributes significantly to a SEAS department, but whose role and support for the department may not be as visible a role as some others. Someone who has been out of the limelight and behind the scenes but vital to the department. (at least one award)
3 or more years of service