DePaul University Center for Teaching & Learning > Assessment > Assessment Leadership > Assessment Awards
A biennial award is given to the best assessment project/report from the previous two academic years. Each college/unit is invited to nominate one assessment project /report for this award. The
Assessment Advisory Board will review all nominated reports and select one winner. These projects and reports are generally completed by a small group of people within each college/unit (usually about 3-5). The winning project/report will receive $250, which will be transferred to the winner’s department, and can be used to purchase food (lunch, wine and cheese, etc.) to celebrate and an engraved plaque.
This award recognizes an individual who has made extraordinary efforts to promote a culture of assessment at DePaul University. The recipient receives a one-time cash award of $500 and a plaque, which is given during the annual
Teaching and Learning Conference.
The Spirit of Assessment award recognizes an individual who has made extraordinary efforts to promote a culture of assessment at DePaul University. Specifically, the following criteria will be considered when selecting the winner of this award:
CTL welcomes nominations for individuals who have made extraordinary efforts to promote a culture of assessment at DePaul University. To nominate someone for this award, please write 750 words or less describing the ways in which the nominated individual has promoted a culture of assessment at DePaul. Submissions should include at least one letter of support (750 letters or less) from a different individual in addition to the letter of nomination. Nominations and letters must come from individuals other than the nominee. Nominations and letters that exceed the 750 word limit will not be considered in selection of the award winner.
If you have any questions about assessment awards, please contact Sharon Guan (email@example.com).