Faculty Medallions

The Tolle Lege Award for Teaching Excellence

The Tolle Lege Award acknowledges excellence in teaching of a faculty member in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Awards are presented annually for excellence in teaching in Science and Mathematics, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Nominations are solicited at the beginning of the Spring semester each year. Nominated faculty are reviewed by a College committee who evaluate course content, student and faculty teaching evaluations, and other evidence of teaching excellence in selecting award winners.

The award consists of an engraved College medallion and a modest cash award. Award winners are announced at the Awards and Recognition Luncheon at the end of the Spring semester each year.

The protocol for nominations for the Tolle Lege teaching award can be found below. Nominations are due to the Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development by the last Friday in December.

Past award winners:

2013 (Sciences) - Phil Stephens, Ph.D., Department of Biology

2013 (Social Sciences) - Jerusha Connor, Ph.D., Department of Education and Counseling

2013 - (Humanities) - Judith Giesberg, Ph.D., Department of History

2013 (Adjunct Faculty) - Maria Baranski, M.S., Department of Mathematics and Statistics

2012 – Rick Eckstein, Ph.D., Department of Sociology

2011 – Paul Pasles, Ph.D., Department of Mathematics and Statistics

 

 

The Veritas Award for Research Excellence

The Veritas Award recognizes outstanding accomplishment in faculty scholarship. Nominations can be made by any tenured or tenure-track faculty member in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Nominations are solicited at the beginning of the Spring semester each year, and consist of a curriculum vitae and letters of support from external scholars. Nominated faculty are reviewed by a College committee who examine the nominee’s record of scholarship and the impact it has had on the scholarly community.

The award consists of an engraved College medallion and a modest cash award. Award winners are announced at the Awards and Recognition Luncheon at the end of the Spring semester each year.

The protocol for nominations for the Veritas research award can be found below. Nominations are due to the Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development by the last Friday in December.

Past award winners:

2013 - Paul Rosier, Ph.D., Department of History

* Tolle Lege call for nominations 2014.pdf
The protocol for nominations for the Tolle Lege Teaching Award
* Veritas call for nominations 2014_a.pdf
The protocol for nominations for the Veritas Research Award

Faculty Medallion Design

student medallion