Yes, nominations are considered to be made by an individual rather than an institution; therefore, more than one person may be nominated from the same school. Only an individual nominator for each nominee is allowed.
Nominations should correspond with academic units engaged in undergraduate teaching at Baylor.
Submitting the materials yourself will allow you to know what and when materials have been turned in. Do not fill in the email information for the references on the nomination form.
No, enter the e-mail address only.
No, the nominator should write and submit only the summary statement. Summary statements should contain the date and name of the nominator. The reference letters should come from others.
The uploaded letters should be submitted as Word or pdf documents. Each letter should include the date, name, and title and be a maximum of two pages in length.
Yes, the nomination form as well as all supporting documents (including letters of recommendation) should be submitted online by the November 1st deadline.
Signatures are not being required. Letterhead is optional but date, name, position/school (if applicable) and address should be included.
No, but the link enclosed in the automatically generated e-mail received by the nominator may be used to check on supporting documents; this is the same link used to upload the documents. If there are any questions regarding the nominee's file, the nominator will be contacted.
The link enclosed in the automatically generated e-mail received by the nominator may be used to see how many reference letters (although not by name) and/or nomination documents have been received as well as whether documents submitted have been accepted. Please see FAQ #3
Nominators and nominees will receive notification when the finalists are named in the spring of 2023.
Nomination forms will be available online from May 1, 2024 through November 1, 2024.
Yes, travel expenses as well as accommodations and meals while at Baylor will be provided.
Yes, each pool of nominees is different so renomination is encouraged.
No, Baylor faculty are not eligible for the award.