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The Eduventures® Research 2020 Innovation Awards Program
Eduventures Research is now accepting submissions for the 2020 Innovation Awards Program! This program was created to recognize and showcase the achievements of organizations that share Eduventures vision for a responsive, innovative higher education sector. Winners will be announced at Eduventures Summit 2020 on June 4, 2020.

Recognize your work and team efforts with a 2020 Innovation Award.

Have you completed an initiative that you think other organizations could learn from? Would you like to receive recognition for your team? If the answer is "yes", please submit an application for an Eduventures Innovation Award!

Once a year, Eduventures Research solicits award applications, completes judging, and announces winners in 3 categories (listed below). To be considered, submissions must be received by April 1, 2020. Award winners will be featured at Eduventures Summit 2020 June 3 – 5, 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts.

The Eduventures Innovation Awards program honors higher education institutions, companies and other organizations in the following categories:

• Enrollment: A new enrollment management strategy in a fast-changing environment
• Student Experience: A new approach to teaching and learning or student support
• Outcomes: A new effort to define and report student outcomes

Judges select winners from written applications and, if needed, follow-up interviews. Entries are scored on value to the institution, innovation, and relevance to the mission of the school.

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First Name *
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Last Name *
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Insitution Name and Location (city, state, country) *
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Key Dates of the Initiative *
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If applicable, please list the first and last names of those who participated in the initiative.
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Awards Submission Title and Category: Provide a descriptive, not a creative, title. For example: “Messaging campaign for Students of Color”, not “Daring to be Different.” (750 word limit) *
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Background: Describe the nature of your organization and the context in which it operates. The judges want to know which area of an institution you are in (e.g. development office, IT staff etc.) and the context (what are the drivers? What are the challenges?) (750 word limit). *
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Initiative: Describe the initiative and why you created it. Emphasize key objectives and how these objectives contributed to overall organizational strategy (750 word limit). *
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Collaboration: (if applicable) Describe collaboration between two or more departments and what processes you developed to ensure meaningful participation (750 word limit).
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Implementation: Describe the implementation. Emphasize the leadership challenges and choices (750 word limit). *
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Best Practices and Lessons Learned: Describe structures and processes others might imitate, as well as challenges, things you could have done differently, unexpected successes, etc (750 word limit). *
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Outcome: Describe the outcomes relative to your objectives. The judges want to see evidence of quantifiable metrics (e.g. increase in enrollment or outcomes) and how this was externally verified, as well as qualitative measures. How is the project or program being monitored going forward? What is the reporting cycle (e.g. quarterly, annually)? (750 word limit) *
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Budget information and Indication of Actual Costs: *
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Attachments: Please indicate below if you plan to send relevant attachments with your submission, and send any accompanying attachments to summit@nrccua.org *
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