- Executive Council Lunch
- President's Welcome
- President's Biography
- From the Desk of Dr. Karen Haynes
- Speeches & Video Messages
- University Organization
- Office of President
- Advisory Council
- University Plans
- Campus Initiatives
- Budget Central
- Awards Information
- Brakebill Award
- Inclusive Excellence and Diversity
- Outstanding Faculty Awards
- Outstanding Graduate Award
- Zomalt Award
- Employees of the Month
- Honorary Degrees
- Emeritus Administrators
- CSU Institute for Palliative Care at CSUSM
2013/2014 Outstanding Faculty Awards
Guidelines, Award Criteria, Process, etc.
- President's Award for Outstanding Lecturer
- President's Award for Scholarship & Creative Activity
- President's Award for Service Leadership
- President's Awards for Teaching Innovation & Excellence
TIMELINE FOR ALL FACULTY AWARDS
October 21 8:00am- Deadline for nominations
November 4 8:00am- Deadline for dossier submissions
November 15- Committee recommendations due to President Haynes
December 16- Award announcement
January 16, 2014- Faculty and Staff Award Ceremony (11:00 a.m. in the Dome)
Frequently asked questions
Where can I find information on what is required for the dossier?
Dossier requirements can be found above. Choose the award you were nominated for and scroll down to the section that explains the dossier requirements.
When are dossiers due?
All dossiers should be submitted electronically to Susan O'Connor by 8:00am, November 4.
Can I include items other than Word and PDF documents in my dossier?
Yes, but please remember that all dossiers must be delivered electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org and that the committee has a limited time to review documents. Most of the awards have a limit of 30 pages, but please refer to the guidelines on the President’s award page because there are exceptions.
What is considered an appendix item for the dossier?
Nominees may include up to three items, but all items must be no more than thirty pages. An example of one item might be several student evaluations or a PowerPoint presentation. Items should help serve as back-up to your nomination letter and narrative essay.
Who makes the final decision for each award?
The President makes the final decision after reviewing the recommendations made by the selection committees.
When will the announcement go out as to whom has been chosen?
The awards will be announced before the December holiday break.
If you didn't find the answer you were looking for, please email Susan O'Connor at email@example.com.