Students, faculty colleagues and department chairs can nominate faculty online for the Marquette Core Curriculum (MCC) Teaching Excellence award through Wednesday, Feb. 15.
The MCC Teaching Excellence Award is presented by the MCC Committee annually to recognize faculty for outstanding contributions to student learning in the MCC.
The awardee will be selected for effective approaches to course design and delivery that have an extraordinarily positive impact on students’ progress toward one or more of the MCC’s six learning outcomes: responsible and ethical communicators, moral and ethical actors, citizens with purpose, collaborators promoting equity and justice across cultural contexts, leaders in discovery and global problem solvers.
All instructors — full-time tenure and tenure-track as well as full-time and part-time non-tenure-track faculty — who taught at least one MCC course in 2022 are eligible for consideration. Self-nominations are not accepted.