ODECE celebrated the 35th Equity and Excellence (E&E) award recipients in a virtual ceremony on Tuesday, April 22, 2020. The E&E award is designed to recognize undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty who have successfully and effectively worked to promote the principles of making excellence inclusive in teaching, leadership, program management, committee participation, inclusion or community engagement. Award recipients were honored by their colleuages, peers and advisors. The 2020 E&E recipients include: Joan Gabriele (staff), Scott Taylor (faculty) and Olivia Gardner (undergraduate). To learn more about the recipients visit the CU Boulder Today article.
The nomination package should include a minimum of two endorsements per nominee, at least one of which should be from faculty or staff. These submissions should describe the nominee’s academic achievements and service to the overall University community as well as to and/or on behalf of our diverse communities. Nominations and supporting submissions are welcome from any member of the CU Boulder campus community. Incomplete nominations will not be considered.
Students nominated should meet the following criteria:
All staff and faculty are eligible. The nominee should be someone whose professional service best exemplifies the commitment to making excellence inclusive in higher education. The nomination package should include a minimum of two endorsements per nominee. Nominations are welcome from any member of the CU Boulder campus community. Incomplete nominations will not be considered. Nominations are closed for 2020.
These submissions should focus on the nominee’s efforts toward and accomplishments in making excellence inclusive in:
* Diversity includes, but is not limited to: ethnicity, race, gender, age, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, religion, disability, political viewpoints, veteran status, gender identity/expression, and health status.