Nomination: Scholarship of Discovery Award
Purpose: OKCU’s Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Scholarship of Discovery honors a faculty member whose contribution to her/his field in research and/or creative scholarship is deemed to be exemplary. The award is presented once every academic year.

1. Eligibility - a) All full-time faculty members are eligible for the award (at least two years of full-time employment); b) Recipient is not eligible again for five years.

2. Criteria - Research scholarship: an excellent, sustained record of research publications in peer-reviewed journals, and/or research monographs, and/or research-oriented texts; shown evidence of participation in national and/or international conferences, presentation of papers published in conference proceedings and/or digests, patents awarded, grants secured, and citation of work by individuals or groups other than the nominee’s collaborators. Creative scholarship: shown in evidence of excellence in creative or scholarly activity appropriate for the specific unit or discipline, such as exhibitions, shows, performances, productions, and stage work; shown evidence of critical reviews, grants, inclusion of works in permanent collections, retrospectives, and other forms of external recognition and acclaim. A summary of accomplishments (limited to a maximum of 5 pages) and a CV are required for nominations in either category.

3. Procedure for Nomination - Any full-time faculty member may be nominated by a faculty member, administrator, or through self-nomination.

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Descriptive narrative describing "why" you are nominating. (Please see criteria above.) This may count as one of the two required letters of support evaluating the quality and impact of the nominee’s work throughout his or her career. *
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