BOARD OF REGENTS RESEARCH AWARD COMMITTEE

[ MEMBERSHIP 2017-18 ]

AMMON COLELGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

Robert Dowling (English) 19

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Joseph Farhat (Finance) 18

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

Aram Ayalon (Educational Leadership, Policy, and Instructional Technology) 19

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Ivan Gotchev (Mathematical Sciences) 19

Viatcheslav Naoumov (Engineering) 18

Krishna Saha (Mathematical Sciences) 18

[ MISSION ]    

In accordance with the guidelines and deadlines set forth by the Board of Regents, the committee shall solicit nominations from the CCSU community, collect materials in support of nominees, and select the candidate to receive the award. The award competition is open to assistant and associate professors in tenure-track or tenured positions. Nominees are expected to demonstrate substantive contributions or achievements in their academic field of study during the last five years.    

[ BY LAWS ]    

Membership

Six faculty at rank of professor with at least one representative from each school of the University.

Elections
Members shall be elected each spring by the full-time faculty for staggered two-year terms. If a school has no continuing members of the committee, then the candidate from that school who has the highest vote total will be elected to the committee. The winners of the remaining positions (if there are any) will be the candidates with the highest vote totals, after the school-specific winners have been removed from the pool.

Organization

The committee shall organize itself annually in September, and shall elect a chairperson.

Functions And Responsibilities

In accordance with the guidelines and deadlines set forth by the Board of Regents, the committee shall solicit nominations from the CCSU community, collect materials in support of nominees, and select the candidate to receive the award. The award competition is open to assistant and associate professors in tenure-track or tenured positions. Nominees are expected to demonstrate substantive contributions or achievements in their academic field of study during the last five years.

Approved by the Faculty Senate: May 5, 2014