It is award nomination season for the College of Engineering. Below are several opportunities to nominate someone that has had an impact on you. Please note that this year our call for nominations and review timeline has been compressed so please complete your nominations by Friday, May 15, 2020 at 5pm.
College of Engineering Diversity and Inclusion Award
This award gives you the opportunity to identify individuals in our college that have a demonstrated record of creating, implementing or serving programs which support a diverse and inclusive culture within the college.
Please take a few moments to help us recognize our faculty, staff and students that embrace and support Cal Poly’s efforts toward a more inclusive and diverse campus climate. This survey allows you to submit multiple nominations. Just submit each nomination separately by hitting the “done” button and then reopening the link provided. Nomination, criteria and detailed instruction held within the survey itself
Don and Paula Heye Annual Award for Outstanding Club Advisement and the Don and Paula Heye Annual Award for Outstanding Teaching
These awards are to recognize our outstanding faculty and club advisors. You will notice there are two awards on this one survey link, so please be sure to scroll all the way down and hit the “done” button when finished with your nominations. Details and criteria will be outlined in each section of the survey under both award categories.
Northrop Grumman Excellence in Teaching Award
Nominate an outstanding early-career professor who exemplifies the Cal Poly tradition of excellence in teaching. Details and criteria will be outlined in each section of the survey
Raytheon Excellence in Teaching & Applied Research Award
This award is intended for College of Engineering faculty members who contribute meaningfully to student success through a wide range of academic efforts. The award is meant to recognize an outstanding professor who demonstrates excellence in teaching and applied research following the longstanding traditions of Cal Poly.