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PVM Excellence in Engagement and Service Awards

PVM Excellence in Scholarship of Engagement Award

Download 2014 PVM Excellence in Scholarship and Engagement Nomination Package (pdf)

Due: February 17, 2014 - Office of Engagement

Purpose: To honor faculty at the College of Veterinary Medicine who have demonstrated dedication and excellence in scholarly engagement endeavors that have impacted College of Veterinary Medicine constituents by addressing a community, professional, and/or societal need.

Eligibility: All PVM faculty members who have been involved in scholarly engagement activities in the College of Veterinary Medicine. Recipients of the award shall be ineligible for reconsideration for the following 5 years.

Criteria for Selection: The engagement endeavor must involve the nominee’s area of professional expertise. The engagement endeavor should be consistent with Purdue University and College of Veterinary Medicine strategic engagement goals, including but not limited to: Diversity Initiatives; Distance Learning; Economic Development; Extension; Global Initiatives; Lifelong   Learning;   P-12 Education; Quality of Life for Constituents [people and animals]; and Service Learning and Experiential Learning.

The nomination document should not exceed 4 pages, no smaller than 12 point foint, and no less than 1" margins. The nomination should contain all of the following components:

  1. Description of how the faculty member addressed a need communicated by a College of Veterinary Medicine stakeholder, the veterinary medical profession, the community, or society. 

  2. Documentation of scholarship activities related to engagement (i.e. presentations, publications, participation by stakeholders in activities, funding garnered, patents, new courses and programs developed, awards).
  3.   Description/documentation of how the engagement endeavor has demonstrated or is expected to have short term (generation of new knowledge); intermediate term (change in behavior or practice); and long term (promotion of the public good) impact on the veterinary medical profession, community, or society.
  4.  A description of the mutual benefits of partnerships developed as a result of this engagement endeavor.
  5.   At least two external letters of support for the nomination in addition to the nomination letter [Not included in page limit]
  6.   An copy of the nominee’s curriculum vitae [Not included in page limit]

 

Past recipients include:  Dr. Barrak Pressler (2010), Dr. Sophie Lelièvre (2011), Dr. Alan Beck (2012) and Dr. Annette Litster (2013). 

 


 

PVM Award for Excellence in Service

Please follow the link below to nominate an individual: 
Purdue Qualtrics Excellence in Service Nomination

Due: February 17, 2014 - Office of Engagement

Purpose: To honor our faculty and staff veterinarians for their distinguished service efforts. The award recognizes those who demonstrate excellence in engagement by expending significant efforts and having superior ability in providing public and professional services, with exceptional performance of assigned duties above and beyond that ordinarily expected of the position.

Nominations are due in the Office of Engagement by February 17, 2014. Nomination letters for the award should include the name of the nominee, the service unit, and a description (no more than 1 page) of the exceptional services provided by this individual. The exceptional service must be delivered through the PUSVM or ADDL and not as a private consultant. 

Past recipients include: Dr. Diane Bevier (2006); Dr. Mark Hilton (2007); Dr. Catherine Scott-Moncrieff (2008); Dr. Leon Thacker (2009); Dr. Pat Wakenell (2010). There was no award in 2013.