Has a faculty member:
Made a difference in how you view the world?
Changed or reinforced your career direction?
Improved your understanding of challenging material?
Been a mentor or role model for you?
If so, you may wish to nominate that faculty member for the prestigious Donna B. Hamilton Undergraduate Studies Programs Teaching Award, or the Donna B. Hamilton Undergraduate Studies General Education Teaching Award.
Based on undergraduate student nominations, the Office of Undergraduate Studies will recognize two faculty members for excellence in teaching: one faculty member teaching in an Undergraduate Studies Program, and one faculty member teaching in a General Education Program. The two recognized faculty will receive $1,000 cash awards and will be acknowledged in a ceremony held at the end of each Spring semester.
See the following for faculty eligibility and to nominate the faculty member whose course you took in one of these programs. Past award winners are not eligible for nomination.
The deadline for submitting nominations is end of day on April 2.
About the Awards:
The awards are named in honor of Donna B. Hamilton, former Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Dean for Undergraduate Studies. A Professor Emerita in the English department and previous Associate Dean in the College of Arts and Humanities, Dr. Hamilton was the 2015 recipient of the President's Medal.