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SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service

OFFICE MANAGING THE AWARD PROCESS: Office of Academic Programs with Deans and Directors. Information received from Provost's Office, SUNY Albany.

DATE OF ANNOUNCEMENT: Late November

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Nomination Memo - November. Final Dossier – Mid to late January.

ELIGIBILITY: Nominees must be full-time teaching, tenured, or tenure-track faculty. Nominees may hold any academic rank; however, they must have completed at least three years of full-time service on campus prior to the year of nomination.

Recipients of an Excellence Award may not, at any time, be re-nominated for an award in the same category; and they may not be nominated for another Excellence Award in any other category within a 10-year period. Posthumous nominations are ineligible. Other exclusions can be found in the Call for Nominations.

SPECIFICS: Nominees for the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service must demonstrate consistently superior service. Eligible contributions may occur in a variety of venues including service to the:

  • Campus
  • State University
  • Local community or contributions at the regional, state, national or international levels
  • Discipline or disciplinary professional organizations and societies
  • Leadership in local or system-wide faculty governance

Nominations must include positive evidence of outstanding achievement and skill in providing leadership; outreach; or other extraordinary service to the University, community, or the nominee’s professional organization. The scope of the service must extend over multiple years. A summary of accomplishments (limited to a maximum of 5 pages) and a curriculum vitae (CV) are required for nominations.

PRESENTED AT: Dean's Awards Dinner

Previous Awardees of The SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service Since 2004

2004

Brian F. Chabot, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

2005

Daniel J. Decker, Natural Resources

2006

W. Ronnie Coffman, Plant Breeding and Genetics, and International Programs

2007

Norman R. Scott, Biological and Environmental Service

2008

Maureen R. Hanson, Plant Biology and Molecular Biology and Genetics

2009

David L. Brown, Development Sociology

2010

Geraldine K. Gay, Communication

2012

William E. Fry, Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology

2013

Susan K. Brown, Horticulture

2014

Marvin P. Pritts, Horticulture

2015 Mark Sorrells, SIPS - Plant Breeding and Genetics
2016 William L. Crepet, SIPS - Plant Biology
2017 Katherine A. McComas, Communication