From: Administrative E-Memo (memofrom@Colorado.EDU)
Date: Fri Feb 05 2010 - 17:32:53 MST
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 17:32:53 -0700 (MST) From: Administrative E-Memo <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: REMINDER: Call for Nominations for the 2010 Hazel Barnes Prize
TO: Boulder Campus Teaching & Research Faculty, Staff,
Deans, Directors, Dept Chairs, System Administration
FROM: Office of the Chancellor
SENDER: Chancellor Phil DiStefano
DATE: February 5, 2010
SUBJECT: REMINDER: Call for Nominations for the 2010 Hazel Barnes Prize
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2010 Hazel Barnes Prize.
The Hazel Barnes Prize is one of the most prestigious awards at the
University of Colorado at Boulder and focuses on the enriching relationship
that occurs between teaching and research. Nominees should be regionally
and nationally recognized, tenured faculty members who are not only
outstanding teachers but also have distinguished records in research and
scholarship over a substantial period of time at the University of Colorado
The nominator must succinctly address the relationship between these two
professional responsibilities of faculty and show the apparent impact that
the nominee has had on students, faculty, colleagues, and the university.
Reference letters supporting the nomination also must address this key
A faculty member may be nominated no more than three times during their
career at CU-Boulder.
The nomination packet must include:
1. A letter of nomination that addresses the focus of the award;
2. Four to seven letters from persons both within and outside the University
of Colorado who can evaluate the applicant's contributions (letters from
friends of the nominee also may be included);
3. A complete curriculum vitae of the nominee;
4. FCQs of the nominee for the last seven (7) years (student letters
supporting the nominee's outstanding teaching record are encouraged if they
strengthen the nomination);
5. Reprints of the five (5) most important publications of the nominee, or
examples of creative work, artistic endeavors, musical and or theatrical
performances, etc., of the nominee. The nominator should highlight the
scholarly contributions of the research or creative work.
The most thoughtful preparation of the file will consist of a scrupulous
adherence to the stated criteria of the Award, which will significantly
influence how the Committee reads the file and therefore will consequently
affect the outcome of the competition.
The deadline for nominations is February 22, 2010.
For additional information, including the list of past recipients of the
Hazel Barnes Prize, please see:
Procedural questions should be directed to Scott Bocim at 303.492.0318 or
Scott.Bocim@Colorado.EDU. Nominators should submit one hard copy of their
nomination packet to:
Assistant to the Chancellor
University of Colorado at Boulder
Office of the Chancellor
914 Broadway, 17 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0017
The recipient of the 2010 Hazel Barnes Prize will receive an engraved
university medal and a monetary prize of $20,000. The winner will be
announced in April 2010.
Thank you for your continued attention to this important faculty
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