Below are a list of Arts and Sciences offered grants and awards. For a more complete list of University-wide opportunities, check out the Gateway to Learning professional development opportunity list.
Arts and Sciences Staff Professional Development Grants
The Arts and Sciences Staff Advisory Council (SAC) supports professional enrichment or development opportunities and specialized activities that advance or re-focus the development of skills. Learn more and apply on the Staff Advisory Council's page.
Outstanding Staff Award
The Arts and Sciences Staff Advisory Council (SAC) awards these annually to recognize staff members in the Arts and Sciences who have demonstrated sustained excellence in overall job performance and have improved or enhanced work life and services of faculty, staff, students, and/or the university. Learn more and apply on the Staff Advisory Council's page.
The Arts and Sciences Staff Excellence Award provides a more informal means of recognizing staff in the college on a monthly basis throughout the year. Recipients will be selected by the Executive Dean and Divisional Deans each month. To nominate a colleague, complete the nomination form and list concrete examples of your nominee's service, limiting your response to 2,500 characters.
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This award is presented annually to a faculty member, regular staff member or student from within The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences who has demonstrated outstanding mentoring to and/or leadership on behalf of women or other historically underrepresented groups at the university. The award will be granted to an individual, irrespective of gender, rank and status, who has generously and unselfishly served others in an effort to promote equity, fairness, and equal opportunities for all members of the university community.
The nomination letter should be no more than 3 pages and should provide a clear and detailed description of the nominee's accomplishments related to mentoring and/or leadership on behalf of women or other historically underrepresented groups at the university.
A one-time award of $1,000 will be provided annually by the Susan M. Hartmann Mentoring and Leadership Award fund.
Feb. 3, 2020
College of Arts and Sciences students, faculty, and staff members may submit a nomination by sending an electronic copy of the nomination letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Outstanding Graduate Associate Teaching Award recognizes an ASC graduate teaching associate (GTA) for excellence in teaching. The entire award process is administered by the College of Arts and Sciences Student Council. Only undergraduate students may submit nominations.
Considerations for Award
- Curriculum Vitaes
- Student Evaluation (SEI) Scores
- Interviews with Nominees
- Class Visits
Previous College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Graduate Associate Teaching Award recipients are not eligible for this award. A one-time award of $500 is provided annually.
Previous Recipients (2010 to present):
2018-2019: Ziv Eli Bell, Department of Psychology
2017-2018: Chad Iwertz, Department of English
2016-2017: Duncan Clark, Department of Mathematics
2015-2016: Geoffrey Durso, Department of Psychology
2014-2015: Krista Cunningham, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
2013-2014: Eric Egan, Department of Psychology
2012-2013: George K. Chow, Department of Design
2011-2012: James Collier, School of Communication
2010-2011: Adam Ahmed, Physics
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Important! Under the Internal Revenue Code, the university is required to report taxable income for all financial incentives that a faculty/staff member or his/her S/SSDP receives. Therefore, you will be taxed if you choose to accept a prize (approximately 30%).