The Award is presented to an Ithaca College faculty member who exemplifies President Collado’s vision of excellence in education. Such excellence is demonstrated through an inclusive approach to educational practices of teaching, research, and/or leadership. Sites of practice include the classroom, the campus, and the community, whether local or global. The President Shirley M. Collado Faculty Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Ithaca College Community is intended to support the professional development of the chosen faculty member to further enhance their capacity for equitable and inclusive leadership in all relevant academic and community areas. This $5000 award is made through the Center for Faculty Excellence.
Faculty at the Associate Professor rank or above, whether tenured or continuing contract, are eligible for the Award. Nominations may be made by any faculty member and self-nominations are welcome. Letters of support are expected from Ithaca College colleagues and from colleagues external to the college. The recipient of the Award is expected to give a talk as part of the Provost’s Colloquium series.
We are especially grateful to Gloria Hobbs, Honorary Alumna & Trustee of Ithaca College, for the gift that makes the award possible.
Completed Nomination Form
The form should include a brief statement of up to 250 words from the nominator that highlights the nominee’s qualifications. The nominator can also submit a letter of support for the nominee in addition to the nomination statement.
Nominee Curriculum Vitae
4-5 Letters of Support, at least one of which must be
from outside Ithaca College.
The corpus of letters should address with adequate specificity how the nominee has demonstrated inclusive and equitable approaches in their educational practices on campus and in the community.
Please submit this form, the nominee’s CV, and the letters of support to the Center for Faculty Excellence (firstname.lastname@example.org) on or before April 2, 2020 for full consideration.