Anthropology Faculty and Staff Awards

Each year, the College of Arts and Sciences recognizes several members of the faculty for outstanding service, teaching, or scholarly work. Below is information on each of the awards. Help support the Department of Anthropology by nominating a faculty or staff member in recognition of their positive contribution to the College and University!

Nominations are due August 31, 2017. 

William C. Strickland Outstanding Junior Faculty Award (Deadline is August 31)
The William C. Strickland Award honors the assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences who has made significant contribution to the intellectual life of the University. All Arts and Sciences faculty may submit written nominations, including self-nomination. Nominations will also be accepted from outside experts in relevant fields. [nominate]

Donald W. Sink Family Outstanding Scholar Award (Deadline is August 31)
Full-time Arts and Sciences faculty (including emeritus) with at least two full years' employment at ASU are eligible for nomination. All Arts and Sciences faculty (including emeritus) are eligible to submit written nominations (excluding self-nominations and nominations of relatives and domestic partners). Nominations will also be accepted from outside experts in relevant fields. [nominate]

Academy of Outstanding Teachers Award (Deadline is August 31)
Academy of Outstanding Teachers and the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award to recognize excellence in teaching. All full-time, retired and emeriti faculty who have taught in CAS for at least two full years are eligible.  Persons nominated may have been an instructor in a lecture class or seminar at any level, a lab instructor or director of independent study, or an academic advisor or mentor.  Normally those appointed to the Academy of Outstanding Teachers are currently active faculty members in CAS, however under extraordinary circumstances, retired or emeriti faculty may be appointed. All faculty, staff and alumni are eligible to submit nominations.  Any ASU student may submit a nomination as long as they are not currently enrolled in the nominee’s class. (No self-nominations) [nominate]

Non-Tenure Track Teaching Excellence Award (Deadline is August 31)
The Non-Tenure Track (NTT) Teaching Excellence Award honors one NTT faculty member in The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) who has demonstrated outstanding teaching as exhibited by a knowledge of and enthusiasm for the subject matter and an exceptional concern for student success.  The recipient should also demonstrate an active interest in departmental and university issues. Current non-tenure track faculty (teaching between 3 and 18 hours per year) who have taught in CAS for at least three consecutive semesters. All faculty, staff and alumni are eligible to submit nominations.  Any ASU student may submit a nomination as long as they are not currently enrolled in the nominee’s class. (No self-nominations). [nominate]

Jimmy Smith Outstanding Service Award (Deadline is August 31)
Full-time Arts and Sciences faculty (including emeriti) with at least five full years' employment at ASU are eligible for nomination. All Arts & Sciences faculty (including part-time and emeriti), staff, and alumni are eligible to submit written nominations. Faculty self-nomination is permissible. [nominate]

Outstanding Staff Award (Deadline is August 31)
The Outstanding Staff Award was established in 2014 to recognize the importance of services provided by staff members serving students and faculty in The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS).  The award honors one staff member each year who has demonstrated concern for the well-being of students and faculty, enthusiasm for their service, exemplary work and regularly surpasses job expectations. All faculty, staff, students, and alumni are eligible to nominate. [nominate]

 

Please consider donating to the Department by selecting "Other" and designating your gift for one of the following funds:

Anthropology Speaker Series
Anthropology Loucks Fund
Anthropology Weller Fund 
Anthropology Keefe Fund
Anthropology Foundation 

Your gift is appreciated and allows us to achieve even greater success with our amazing students! 

Physical Location

The Department of Anthropology is located in Anne Belk Hall. The administrative office is located in Room 342 and all of the faculty offices, classrooms, and labs are located on the 3rd floor.

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