For more than twenty years, Simpson College has honored a faculty member each year who has demonstrated outstanding campus leadership and service to students with the Faculty Award for Campus Leadership. The faculty member must be full-time.
Leadership on a college campus can be many things. Nominees for this award will have demonstrated outstanding leadership in areas that include, but are not limited to:
- Mentoring new faculty members
- Directing a campus-wide project
- Committee service
- The community outside of the college
- The faculty member’s discipline
- Recruiting and/or outreach
- Chairing a department or division
- Directing an institute or center
- Engaging students in undergraduate research
Nominations may be made by any member of the Simpson College community. Letters of nomination should include a brief narrative outlining evidence of the candidate’s excellence in the chosen area of leadership. The award may be given for leadership in the previous year or leadership over a career.
Once nominated, nominees will remain eligible for three years. Past recipients may receive the award no more than once every five years. The faculty representatives to the Simpson College Board of Trustees and the academic dean will make a recommendation for the winner to the president of the college, who will make the final decision.
The award will be presented in a public forum during the fall or spring each year.
|2011||Amy Doling & CoryAnne Harrigan|
|2007||Martha Ellen Waggoner|
|2006||Nancy St. Clair|