An updated C.V., electronically preferred.
Please indicate with a marginal asterisk or checkmark those accomplishments on your c.v. that have been made between June 1, 2018 and May 31, 2019. Please underline or asterisk student or alumni co-authors.
Information on the items below, if they are not covered on your c.v.
Between June 1, 2018 and May 31, 2019 (e.g. workshop leadership, round table discussions, meeting chair, residency, exhibition, jury, etc.) Please include: activity; name of meeting if appropriate; location; and date, if not already on your c.v.
Include a brief description of projects in preparation or in press if not on your c.v. Include works commissioned.
Please list any honors received for professional achievement and any fellowships, grants, or commissions awarded between June 1, 2018 and May 31, 2019. If you have received grants, including those awarded by the College, please indicate 1) the amount of the award; 2) the agency granting the award; 3) the purpose of the award; and 4) the grant period (start and end dates). If you received an installment of a multi-year grant, please indicate the amount of the grant received in 2018-2019, as well as the total award of the grant.
Please list new courses taught in the last academic year. Describe any innovations or experiments with teaching, including Purposeful Work Immersion, Innovative Pedagogy, Teaching and Technology, Faculty Commons Programming you have attended, etc.
Please describe the ways you practice community engagement in your teaching and scholarship.
Please include advising of student activities, committee service, participation in Alumni Relations/Advancement activities, and special assignments or tasks beyond teaching and academic advising, if not already on your c.v.
Please include local, regional, or national service, including volunteer, appointed, and elected efforts, if not already on your c.v. You may also include talks given at other colleges or to community groups, outreach projects with children or adults, and expert testimony or commentary.
Please describe the ways in which your approaches to teaching, subjects of your research, and administrative work such as faculty recruitment and planning, have advanced diversity and inclusion.