Nominations sought for 2010 Distinguished Professor
Sep 28, 2009
President Roderick J. McDavis has announced that nominations are now being accepted for Distinguished Professor, one of the university's highest recognitions for tenured faculty.
Distinguished Professors are "chosen on the basis of outstanding artistic, literary, historical or scientific achievements, or other worthy accomplishments attaining wide recognition." To be considered for election, a faculty member must have tenure and a minimum of five years of service at Ohio University. While a positive assessment of effectiveness as a teacher is an essential requirement, the prime consideration is scholarly or creative contributions that have received substantial recognition beyond the Ohio University community.
- Nominations are encouraged and welcomed from all departments, schools and academic disciplines at Ohio University.
- The deadline for 2010 nominations is April 9, 2010.
- Nominations may come from chairs, directors or any faculty member.
- Nominations should be submitted directly to Distinguished Professor of Music Mark Phillips, Glidden Hall 475B.
- The nominating letter should include a summary of the nominee's career and qualifications.
- All nominations should be accompanied by supporting information, including bibliography, letters of support (no more than 10), representative publications and other pertinent materials.
Find more information about the nomination process at www.ohio.edu/president/news/2010DistinguishedProfessor-Nominations.cfm.
Ohio University Distinguished Professors: http://www.ohio.edu/provost/ohiodistinguishedprofessors.cfm
Published: Sep 28, 2009 9:13 AM