Outcomes Assessment Award Individual Nomination

The Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes Awards are given each spring to those faculty and Departments/Prefixes and Programs that promote assessment of student learning outcomes within the college and among peers. The individual award is designed to recognize a faculty member whose efforts have significantly contributed to Department, Prefix or Program assessment activities.

The Outcomes Assessment Committee has determined that self-nominations are highly acceptable for this individual award. All nominations should be accompanied with supporting letters from all or any of the following:

• Colleagues
• Academic Deans
• Students

All nominations and letters of support should describe specific examples related to each of the stated criteria. Please tell how the nominee demonstrates each of the criteria.

Please fill out the answers and write your narratives below and submit. Send your letters of support by January 30th to:

The Outcomes Assessment Committee
FOC 9, Room 108B.

Questions or Clarification: Contact Lynn Bradman (hbradman@mccneb.edu), CLEAR Coordinator, 457-2217,

  1. Who are you nominating?

  1. What is their position?

  1. Nominee's address

  1. Nominee's phone number

  1. Nominee'sDepartment/Prefix /Program:

  1. Nominator(s):

  1. Nominator’s Address(es):

  1. Nominator’s Phone Number(s):

  1. The individual continues to develop methods of assessment.

  1. The individual demonstrates an understanding of assessment. The individual’s department/prefix/program utilizes a current outcomes assessment matrix, and has a recent assessment matrix on file with their academic deans or other administrative office where appropriate.

  1. The individual cooperates with faculty colleagues, the Outcomes Committee, and the administration in assessment activities.

  1. The individual exhibits a positive attitude when discussing assessment issues.

  1. The individual actively promotes the assessment of student learning.

  1. The individual uses assessment feedback to improve student learning.