The University of North Florida wishes to recognize faculty members who perform meritoriously in service to the University, the community, and their profession, with a special emphasis on service to the University. Outstanding Faculty Service Awards are made possible through unrestricted gifts to the University of North Florida Foundation. This year, the University will provide two Outstanding Faculty Service Awards. Each award includes an honorarium of $2,500, accompanied with a commemorative plaque, to be presented at the UNF Fall Convocation.
NOMINATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN
Friday, January 18, 2013 at 5:00 PM
Any full time member of the University of North Florida faculty who has seven years of full-time regular employment at the University is eligible to be considered for an Outstanding Faculty Service Award. Time served in visiting and adjunct positions does not count toward eligibility. No winner of an Outstanding Faculty Service Award shall be eligible to win another Outstanding Faculty Service Award until the FIFTH year following the receipt of the last award.
Any person within the University community (students, alumni, faculty, staff, or administration) may nominate a faculty member for the award. Nominations must be in writing and signed by the nominator, sent via email to email@example.com, or posted through the Faculty Association website at www.unf.edu/groups/unffa. Written nominations are to be delivered, preferably by hand, to the Faculty Association office (Honors Hall/1120). The deadline for receipt of all nominations is
Friday, January 18, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. It is the responsibility of the nominator to ensure that his/her nomination is delivered prior to the deadline. The nomination should consist simply of the statement, "I wish to nominate______________ for the Outstanding Faculty Service Awards." An argument on behalf of, or a rationale for, the candidacy of the nominee is not needed. The Faculty Association President shall confirm the eligibility of each nominee and send a letter of confirmation of the nomination to each eligible nominee and his/her chair, after the close of nominations.
If you are nominated, please do not forward any application materials to the Faculty Association office until you receive a letter from the Faculty Association President confirming your eligibility as established by your College or unit.
Each eligible nominee must submit a five-page curriculum vita, which includes educational background, current position at UNF, other awards received for service and a succinct listing of service activities during the nominee's tenure at the University of North Florida. In addition, each nominee must submit a three-page summary and discussion of what he/she feels is his/her most significant service to the University, community and/or profession. *The materials submitted can include accomplishments occurring during the faulty member's entire career at the University of North Florida; however, once a person has won the award, submitted materials may include only those accomplishments occurring since the last award.* A signed statement by the faculty member attesting to the accuracy of the information (see attached form, "Statement of Accuracy") must also be included in the packet. There shall be no more than a total of nine pages in the packet. Standard margins and a font size not smaller than 11 point are to be used.
The nominees have two weeks from the date of notification to email all required application materials to the Faculty Association: firstname.lastname@example.org. Nominees must consolidate all of the application materials into ONE PDF file, which must be attached to your email.
The application materials should consist only of the following items, arranged in the order indicated below:
Nominees who submit materials that do not meet these guidelines, or who fail to submit all materials by email to the Faculty Association Email Address (email@example.com) by
5:00 p.m. on Monday of February 18 (02/18/2013) will not be considered further.
- The signed statement of accuracy
- The vita (not more than five pages)
- Summary and discussion of service accomplishments
The Selection Committee will consist of one elected representative from each of the five colleges and the current President of the Faculty Association. Relatives of the nominee, and significant others, may not serve on the Selection Committee considering the nominee for an award. The Faculty Association President shall replace by appointment any member of the Selection Committee who cannot participate fully in the selection of the two winners. Any such replacement shall be selected from the constituency represented by the member. The Faculty Association President shall convene the Committee, which will elect its own Chairperson.
The Selection Committee will choose the award winners through a secret ballot vote. The Committee shall make this choice solely on the basis of the nominees' merits and without consideration for other factors such as departmental affiliation, professional rank of present nominees, or past award winners.
The Committee does have the prerogative not to recommend two winners for the award if, in the members' judgments, the nominee pool does not contain two individuals whose accomplishments merit an Outstanding Faculty Service Award.
It will be the responsibility of the University Selection Committee chairperson to notify by letter any finalists who have not been selected after the committee has concluded its deliberations. The Chairperson of the University Selection Committee will also send a letter via the Faculty Association to the Office of Academic Affairs identifying the two (2) winners of the Outstanding Faculty Service Awards. Winners of the Outstanding Faculty Service Awards shall be notified by a letter signed jointly by the chairperson of the selection committee and President of the Faculty Association. Formal recognition of winners shall occur at the UNF Fall Convocation.
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For all award categories (with the exception of Distinguished Professor, which once received cannot be reapplied for), when a previous award winner wishes to reapply for the same award, she/he may present evidence that runs from the end of the academic period covered for the applicant’s previous award, to the end of the most recent academic year in which the applicant is reapplying.
For all award categories, a first-time applicant for an award may present evidence of desert beginning from the start of her/his UNF career.
UNF OUTSTANDING FACULTY SERVICE AWARDS
STATEMENTS OF ACCURACY
I, ________________________________________ (applicant's name & department), hereby attest to the accuracy of the information contained in this application.
Signature _________________________ Date _________________________
FA 13-14: March 7, 2013 -The Unification of Faculty Award Timing
Update on 2/2/2012 for the fund amount from $2,000.00 to $2,500.00
Update on 11/22/2011 for the Blackboard purpose
FA 07-04: February 1, 2007 - Chairperson's Signature for the Faculty Awards
FA98-47: November 5, 1998