ONE AWARD FOR TENURED/FIXED-TERM TRACK FACULTY
Purpose of Award
The selection committee will consider the following criteria in selecting winners:
- Significance of global-oriented activity (in terms of frequency, amount, scope)
- Degree to which nominee’s efforts have expanded UTSA’s globalization efforts and either enhanced the institution’s global visibility or broadened students’ awareness of global issues.
A selection committee composed of faculty will review nomination packets. The nomination packet for this award will consist of only the following, assembled into a single PDF file in the order indicated:
- Completed award nomination form
- Letter of support/nomination from a peer faculty colleague, department chair, or college leader
- Self-statement of advancement of globalization (not to exceed 2 pages). The statement should speak to:
- the nature and quality of involvement in the global arena
- how these efforts have expanded UTSA’s globalization efforts and either enhanced the institution’s global visibility or broadened students’ awareness of global issues
- CV of nominee
No additional materials should be submitted.
Each dean’s office should upload completed nomination packets by the deadline.
Previous recipients of the President's Distinguished Achievement Award for Advancing Globalization are ineligible for nomination for this award.
Each college may submit a maximum number of nominees (based on the size of the college) for this award category:
SEE TABLE BELOW
|College||Maximum Number of Nominees|
Fengshan (Frank) Chen, Engineering
M. Kathryn Brown, Liberal and Fine Arts
Matthias Hofferberth, Liberal and Fine Arts
Angela Lombardi, Architecture, Construction and Planning
Jason Yaeger, Liberal and Fine Arts
Sonia Alconini, Liberal and Fine Arts
Hamid Beladi, Business
Carlos D. Garcia, Sciences
Mohammad Jamshidi, Engineering
Misty Sailors, Education and Human Development
Norma Cantu, Liberal and Fine Arts
Cheryl Linthicum, Business
Victoria Jones, Business