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The College faculty Committee on Honors, Awards, and Prizes oversees the selection process for most of these awards.
As the Director of Undergraduate Studies in March and April, you will be asked to contribute your recommendations, as well as those of your departmental colleagues, about students in your department who are being considered for certain types of honors.
Academic Awards and Prizes There are currently approximately 60 academic awards, prizes, and research art and writing awards categories for students teaching fellowships offered by the College. We encourage you to alert your majors and concentrators to relevant awards as early as possible in the academic year, including, where relevant, application, deadline and guideline information.
Recipients of these awards are honored at the annual Academic Awards and Prizes Ceremony and Reception, which is held each year in the week of Commencement. Valedictorian and Salutatorian Valedictorian and Salutatorian are two of the highest distinctions our students may be awarded upon graduation.
The College faculty Committee on Instruction and the College faculty Committee on Honors, Awards, and Prizes COHAP have agreed that the selection of these two honors, in keeping with the criteria used in awarding all other academic honors, be based not just upon GPA but upon strength, breadth, depth, and rigor of the student's academic achievements as well as on evidence of the student's intellectual promise, character, and achievement outside the classroom.
Those departments who have students eligible for these awards will receive early in the spring semester an email requesting your recommendations. The cohort identified as eligible for these awards is usually no more that fifteen students, each of which must have a GPA of 4.
The faculty COHAP will ask that you consult with other appropriate faculty in your department and then submit to the Committee, via Ariella Langassociate dean of Academic Affairs, a written evaluation for each eligible student in your department.
As there are always more students eligible by GPA than there are allowable awards, the ranking and additional information that you and your colleagues provide is vital to the Committee in its evaluation of the nominees.
Students selected for College Honors will receive a diploma noting the specific honor. Each year 10 per cent of the senior class is elected to membership. The other eight per cent is elected in the spring on the basis of academic achievement, as determined by GPA and the rigor of a student's academic program, as well as on evidence of intellectual promise, character, and achievements outside the classroom.
Your recommendations in both instances are crucial in assisting the Columbia College Phi Beta Kappa chapter in making its deliberations. Ariella Langassociate dean of Academic Affairs, staffs the Phi Beta Kappa faculty selection committee and can be contacted for more information.
Departmental Honors Departmental honors are established and awarded by those Columbia College departments or academic programs that have received approval for departmental honors from the College Committee on Instruction COI.
College guidelines for departmental Honors include the following three criteria: While not all departments offer departmental honors, those that do should consider carefully the above criteria in making its recommendations to the Committee.
Please consult with Ariella Langassociate dean of Academic Affairs, for further information about using UNIFY to submit your nominations and narrative recommendations. Once COHAP has reviewed the nominations and informed individual departments of those students approved for departmental honors, the departments have the pleasure of notifying the recipients.
If your department does not award departmental honors but would like to do so, a proposal should be submitted to the Committee on Instruction COI. For further information on this process, please consult with Ariella Langassociate dean of Academic Affairs.With 29 categories of art and writing, there’s a place for whatever you create.
From paintings to poetry, comic art to critical essay, the Scholastic Awards have many opportunities for you to share your vision and have your voice heard.
Dec 20, · There are 17 individual categories that students may enter work in.
They range from Drawing and Painting to Sculpture and Mixed Media. T he Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire is a statewide association of art educators, The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the largest and longest running programs of their kind in the country.
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Founded in , The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is the most prestigious recognition and scholarship program for creative teens with tens of thousands of students in grades 7 through 12 submitting original work each year.
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