Each of the four winners receives a one-time stipend of $5,000 and a framed citation.
Origin of the Awards
This award was first given by the University in 1995 to recognize the important role of post-baccalaureate teaching.
- Any teacher of post-baccalaureate students who is a full-time faculty member (tenured and tenure-track) is eligible. This includes teachers in Health Affairs, Academic Affairs and professional schools. Fixed-term faculty members are eligible if they have taught at UNC-Chapel Hill for at least five years. Visiting faculty members are not eligible.
- Nominees must be teaching in the academic year in which they are selected. Faculty members who also teach undergraduate students are eligible.
- Individuals cannot receive this award more than once every five years. Check the list of previous winners to be sure.
- The subcommittee will choose four winners for this award.
- Finalists will be notified and asked to provide digital teaching portfolios
- A current curriculum vitae
- A list of formal post-baccalaureate classes you have taught, or informal graduate training initiatives you have supervised, in the last five years
- A list of at least four current and four former students to serve as references (with email and phone)
- A list of at least four colleagues, including department head, to serve as references (with email and phone)
- Classroom or lab materials that indicate the quality of instruction in that venue
- Course evaluations, if available
- A one-page statement of teaching and/or mentoring philosophy
- A list of co-authored publications with graduate students, post-docs or residents
- Any evidence of curriculum development initiatives including training grants sought and obtained
- A list of post-baccalaureate students supervised in laboratory, clinical rotation or in Masters/Ph.D. preparation during the last five years. If there are too many, a partial list and complete count will help the committee