The nomination process for candidates for the title of University Distinguished Professor will be overseen by the Office of the Provost and the Faculty Senate. Faculty members should have a minimum of ten years at the University of Vermont before becoming eligible for nomination. Nominations are solicited from the Deans, Chairs and full-time faculty of our University.
Nominations are to be submitted electronically by the nominator or designee as a single PDF document, by March 1, 2014 to Barbara.Caron@uvm.edu and will be forwarded to the Faculty Senate Research, Scholarship, & The Creative Arts Committee.
- the curriculum vitae for the nominee,
- a letter noting the qualifications of the individual for this distinguished title, and
- supporting letters from two external references. The external letters should address the candidate’s international reputation and do not have to be “arm’s length.”
Nominations will remain active for a period of three years. If they so choose, nominators may update their submission materials in years two and three. If a nominator elects to re-activate a nomination packet submitted within the past 3 years, a statement regarding the basis for re-nomination should be included.
The Faculty Senate Research, Scholarship, & The Creative Arts Committee will submit a list of finalists to the Provost.
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