ACBSP is the only specialized accrediting body for business schools that presents an award recognizing excellence in teaching that is open to the entire membership.
REGIONAL AWARD RECOGNITION:
The Teaching Excellence Award competition begins at the regional level. Once submitted to the ACBSP office, the applications are sent to each regional president. A committee review follows and each region names two recipients - one from among associate degree applicants, and one from among all baccalaureate/graduate degree applicants. The Teaching Excellence Award recipients for each of the 10 regions are encouraged to attend the annual conference, where they will receive a waiver of conference fees, regional recognition, a medallion, and a $250 check from ACBSP.
INTERNATIONAL AWARD RECOGNITION:
The International Teaching Excellence Award recipients will be honored at the "Salute to Regions” luncheon at the ACBSP Annual Conference, where they will each be presented with an engraved wooden plaque and a check for $500. The recipients are selected from among the regional recipients for that year. One award is presented to an individual from an associate degree institution and one to an individual from a baccalaureate/graduate degree institution.
Teaching faculty at ACBSP member institutions are eligible to apply. Any individual may also nominate an eligible faculty member. The applicant must be teaching at a member institution at the time of the award decision at the Regional (March 31) and International (June 1) levels. Full eligibilty requirements are outlined in the application.
The application deadline for the 2015-16 academic year is January 31, 2016. Two international award recipients will be named at the Salute to Regions Luncheon on Sunday, June 19th at ACBSP Conference 2016.
All applications and any questions should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use the Word document to electronically submit a typed document.
Teaching Excellence Award Guidelines and Application
(ESPAÑOL) Galardón a la Excelencia en la Enseñanza
REMINDER: For all candidates whose primary language is NOT English, for best consideration by the International Teaching Excellence Award Committee, we recommend that all materials be translated into English prior to the time of submission.
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