The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost oversees the process for nominations and appointment to the Academy of Faculty Service and the Academy of Faculty Leadership annually.

The purpose of these Academies is to recognize exemplary contributions of faculty members (all types: instructional, research, administrative, and professional) in formal service roles or in the area of leadership.

Academy of Faculty Service

The Academy of Faculty Service recognizes exceptional service to the university beyond a faculty member’s usual responsibilities. Instructional, research, administrative, and professional faculty members are eligible for inclusion in the Academy of Faculty Service. 

Eligibility

To be nominated as a potential appointee to the Academy of Faculty Service, a faculty member (instructional, research, administrative, or professional) must have:

  • Successfully completed an elected or appointed term of office in university governance, or completed the assignment or set of responsibilities associated with a university-level project (e.g. task force, work group, ad-hoc committee), or
  • Made commendable service contributions at the university level outside of usual responsibilities and ongoing formal governance roles; and
  • Made a notable, demonstrable, positive impact on the university (as evidenced by the nomination statement and letters of support).

 

Academy of Faculty Leadership

The Academy of Faculty Leadership recognizes exceptional leadership within the university, either within or beyond a faculty member’s usual responsibilities. Instructional, research, administrative, and professional faculty members are eligible for inclusion in the Academy of Faculty Leadership. 

Eligibility

To be nominated as a potential appointee to the Academy of Faculty Leadership, a faculty member (instructional, research, administrative, or professional) must have:

  • Modeled exemplary leadership (in formal or informal roles within the university), through activities and approaches that
    • significantly advance a culture of collaborative leadership, 
    • promote faculty, staff, and/or student development, and/or
    • advance program or curricular transformation; and
  • Made a notable, demonstrable, positive impact within the university community (as evidenced by the nomination statement and letters of support).

 

NOMINATION PROCESS: 

Nominations are sought each academic year, and may be submitted by anyone.

At a minimum, your nomination must include:

  • A complete and detailed description of the activity or activities for which the nominee should be recognized, with specific examples of contributions and impact, and
  • Two additional letters of endorsement from faculty members or administrators (attachments accepted via online nomination survey).

View Tips for Nominators...

Click HERE to submit a nomination for the Academy of Faculty Service.

Click HERE to submit a nomination for the Academy of Faculty Leadership.

 

Procedures and Timeline for Nominations, Review, and Recommendations

  • Call for nominations - September, 2016
  • Nominations due - FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2016
    • Nominations for both academies will be reviewed by a single committee comprised of:
      • A member of Faculty Senate
      • A member of the Commission on Faculty Affairs
      • A member of the Commission on Administrative and Professional Faculty
      • A member of the Commission on Research
      • A member of the Academy of Teaching Excellence
      • A member of the Academy of Outreach Excellence
      • A member of the Academy of Faculty Service
      • A member of the Academy of Faculty Leadership
  • Recommendations made to the Executive Vice President and Provost - December, 2016
  • Appointments announced - January, 2017

 

Please address questions to:

Amy Hogan, Assistant Provost for Leadership Initiatives    

Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost

231-3273

New inductees into the academies of Faculty Service and Leadership named

Marlene Preston, Kathryn Albright, Matthew Gabriele, and John McDowell
Academy of Faculty Service inductee (top left): Marlene Preston. Academy of Faculty Leadership inductees (top right and bottom left to right): Kathryn Albright, Matthew Gabriele, and John McDowell.