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Distinguished Professorship

Application - Deadline: January 12, 2012

The Chamber of Commerce Faculty Service Award award has been designed to recognize NDSU faculty members (excluding deans, vice presidents, directors, and chairs/heads) who have attained distinction in their profession.

In evaluating nominees for this high honor, the committee will especially focus on the nominee's substantial service contributions to the community and the region, in addition to their achievement as scholars, teachers, and/or artists during their time at NDSU. Such service activities may be in the form of active participation or leadership in volunteer organizations that serve the community and the region, or activities that directly benefit the community. (See http://www.fmchamber.com/ for a list of further examples of community service.) 

Substantial professional achievement by nominees leading to recognition, not only at NDSU and North Dakota, but nationally and internationally as well, will play a significant role in guiding the committee's deliberations.  Besides community service, characteristics of nominees that will contribute to their strengths as candidates include the following: 

  • superior teaching, and other types of interaction with students;
  • a distinguished record of publications or other scholarly contributions;
  • awards, offices in national organizations, and editorships;
  • financial and other support for scholarly activities from external sources

For more information, contact R. S. Krishnan.

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Endowed Professorship

Application - Deadline:  March 1, 2013

 

Jordan A. Engberg Presidential Professorship (“Engberg Professorship”)

Criteria:  Awarded to a faculty at the rank of Professor with at least 8 years of service to NDSU, with a balanced academic record demonstrating excellence in teaching, research, and service.  

 

Dale Hogoboom Presidential Professorship (“Hogoboom Professorship”)  

Criteria:  Awarded to a faculty at the rank of Professor with at least 8 years of service to NDSU, with a balanced academic record demonstrating excellence in teaching, research, and service.  

 

Walter F. and Verna Gehrts Presidential Professorship (“Gehrts Professorship”)  

Criteria:  Awarded to a faculty at the rank of Associate Professor with at least 5 years of service to NDSU, with a balanced academic record demonstrating excellence in teaching, research, and service.  

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Odney

Application - Deadline:  December 6, 2013

The Odney Award was established with the NDSU Development Foundation by the family of the late Robert Odney to recognize outstanding faculty teaching. The ideal candidate for the award would be one who stimulates continuing interest in the subject matter; presents course material in a clear and suitable manner; demands rigorous thought and generates enthusiastic responses from students; demonstrates distinctive competence in his or her field; and has made positive contributions to the educational experience of students at North Dakota State University. The selection will be made from a pool of nominations by students and submitted to the Office of the Provost. Submit applications to melissa.lamp@ndsu.edu.

 

 

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Waldron

Application - Deadline:  December 6, 2013

The Fred Waldron Research Award was established with the NDSU Development Foundation Board of Trustees to recognize outstanding faculty research.  The ideal candidate for the award would be one who has made consistent and excellent contributions to research and scholarship in her/his discipline over time. The candidate for the award will be selected from a pool of nominations submitted through the University's academic deans.

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Peltier

Application - Deadline:  December 6, 2013

The Peltier Award for Teaching Innovation was established with the NDSU Development Foundation by Joseph and Norma Peltier to recognize outstanding innovation in teaching.  The ideal candidate for the award would be an outstanding educator whose innovative teaching techniques have contributed to enhancing the educational experience of students at North Dakota State University. The candidate for the award will be selected from a pool of nominations submitted to the respective academic deans and by students, faculty, and staff. 

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Goldwater Scholarship

The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program awards scholarships to students in the fields of science and engineering to pursue careers in research. More information about the scholarship can be found on the Goldwater Scholarship website.

NDSU's Goldwater Scholarship Pre-Application

NDSU's Goldwater Process Timeline

For more information, contact NDSU's Goldwater Scholarship Faculty Representative, Senior Vice Provost R.S. Krishnan.


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