Open to full-time Baldwin Wallace faculty who have been at the institution for a minimum of 2 academic years.
Additionally, to be considered for this award, a faculty member must have demonstrated qualities in at least one of the following areas (emphasizing work in the past 2- 4 years):
- Evidence of deeply engaged, high-quality academic work integrating community engagement with students: Demonstrated integration of community engagement in one’s teaching, research, and/or service as appropriate to one’s context and roles. This might include, but is not limited to, teaching undergraduate service-learning courses, conducting community-based participatory research with students, or developing departmental or institutional engagement programs and curricula.
- Evidence of community collaboration and change: demonstrated commitment and capacity to develop and sustain reciprocal community partnerships and to contribute to positive change on issues of public concern.
- Evidence of institutional impact: demonstrated leadership in developing an culture of engagement, including involvement related to promoting community engagement on campus and in curriculum (such as promoting community engagement opportunities to students and colleagues)