About the Gold Chalk Award
The Gold Chalk Award recognizes University of Missouri faculty who have made significant contributions to the education and training of graduate and professional students.
GPC will present four Gold Chalk Awards. One faculty member from a professional school (Law, Medicine, or Veterinary Medicine) will be recognized. In addition, one faculty member from each of the following categories will also be recognized:
- Humanities and Fine Arts
- Natural and Mathematical Sciences
- Social and Behavioral Sciences
Selection of award recipients is made by the GPC Academic Affairs Committee. In the event there are no submissions in a given division or no applications are judged to sufficiently meet purpose of the award, the committee reserves the right to present additional awards to divisions with multiple deserving submissions. Incomplete applications will not be considered for the award.
Award winners will be notified via email no later than April 3, 2015.
The Gold Chalk Award is open to all University of Missouri faculty who have not received the award previously.
The nomination materials packet may be downloaded by clicking the link at the top right of this page. Nominations may be submitted by any currently enrolled graduate or professional student or by any recognized student organization. Nominations should be delivered to the GPC mailbox in the Center for Student Involvement (2500 MU Student Center) and should be clearly marked as “Gold Chalk Award Application.”
Nomination materials must be submitted no later than March 20, 2015 at 5:00 PM.
The following materials must be submitted together. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
- A completed 2014 Gold Chalk Award Nomination Form.
- A current copy of the nominee’s Curriculum Vitae. Work with graduate/professional students (e.g. coauthored papers) should be clearly marked.
- A typed, double-spaced nominating letter not longer than two pages. The letter should summarize the nominee’s qualifications and achievements, especially as they relate to the nominee’s dedication to graduate/professional student development, and should include any current research projects or internships undertaken by graduate students under the direction of the nominee.
- Two to four letters of support from current or former students, colleagues, and/or administrators. Letters of support should be typed, double-spaced, and not longer than two pages. No more than four letters for a nominee will be considered. In the event that more than four letters are submitted, four letters will be read at random and the remaining letters will be discarded without being read.
Questions and requests for further information should be directed to Eric A. Hucker, GPC Vice President, at email@example.com.