December 5, 2013
Nominations open for K-State Excellence in Engagement Awards
Established in 2011 by the provost's office, the Kansas State University Excellence in Engagement awards are given to highlight excellence in engaged scholarship via research, teaching or outreach. These awards recognize K-State Research and Extension and campus faculty initiatives that demonstrate innovative or sustained efforts in university and community engagement positively impacting both university and community partners.
By engagement, we mean a form of research, teaching or service in which collaborative efforts between university and community stakeholders result in scholarly activity and community benefit around a public issue.
Application opened: Dec. 1
Submission materials due: Feb. 1, 2014
Approximate announcement date: Feb. 15, 2014
Number of awards: 2
Eligibility: Any campus faculty, professional staff or extension professional.
Each award is $2,500. Awards may go to an individual or a partnership team.
Go online for more information regarding the application, the award and past winners.