The Distinguished Junior Faculty Award, made possible by a generous gift from Lettie Judkins McNeill, is given each year to a faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding teaching, professional development, service to the college and advising. To be eligible for nomination, a faculty member must be a full-time, active, regularly appointed (tenured or tenure-track) faculty member at the rank of instructor or assistant professor. The award is given not only to recognize an excellent faculty member, but also to demonstrate Simpson’s commitment to excellent teaching, professional development, service to the college and advising. The faculty personnel committee will make the recommendation for the award by April 1 to the president of the college in consultation with the academic dean. Only faculty nominations will be considered. Nominations should address one or more of the criteria for tenure and promotion as stated in Part II, Sections 7 and 8 of the Faculty Handbook. No person receiving the award can receive it a second time within a five-year period.
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