Awards & Recognition
List of national awards adapted from a survey of AAU and CADREI deans conducted for the U.S. News by a committee of the Association of American Universities Deans of Education (2016).
Dean of Faculties information and application guidelines:
- AFS College-Level Teaching Awards
- AFS Distinguished Achievement Awards
For information regarding the following CEHD Awards, please contact Megan Smith
The CEHD Climate Awards are intended to recognize individual excellence in the areas of climate, diversity, and/or equity. Accordingly, nomination packets should describe a nominee’s contributions in one or more of these areas. For information regarding this award, please contact Nancy Hutchins
Dean’s Development Council Extraordinary Service Award (Faculty)
This award recognizes CEHD faculty members who have demonstrated extreme commitment and must have gone “above and beyond” their excepted responsibilities in serving their constituents, community, colleagues, and students. For information regarding this award, please contact Wendy Kreider
Dean’s Development Council Outstanding New Faculty Award
The Outstanding New Faculty Award recognizes outstanding contributions in the areas of teaching, research, and service. The award also acknowledges significant professional contributions to CEHD programs and departmental activities. For information regarding this award, please contact Wendy Kreider
This award recognizes CEHD faculty members who are in the early stages of their career (no later than10 years after receipt of the doctoral degree) and have made significant contributions to research in their field. The award is designed to acknowledge a body of research rather than a single study.
The Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award recognizes outstanding mentoring by a faculty member. Nominations are requested from assistant professors. Three recent award recipients to make up the Selection Committee.
This award honors a CEHD senior scholar who has made significant contributions to research in his/her field and whose work has been recognized. The award is designed to acknowledge a body of research rather than a single study.