Deadline For Nominations - February 11th, 2014
Each year the faculty members at Middle Tennessee State University nominate their peers for the Distinguished Creative Activity Award. This award recognizes creative achievement defined as "original, imaginative works of artistic merit as distinguished from empirical/analytical works of scholarly research" This award also carries a monetary honorarium from the Middle Tennessee State University Foundation.
I. SCOPE: For the purpose of this award, creative achievement is defined as original, imaginative works of artistic merit as distinguished from empirical/analytical works of scholarly research.
II. ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for the award, the activity should meet the two following criteria:
III. REQUIREMENT: The creative activity must have been performed while an employee of MTSU and either worked upon or completed within the last five years.
IV. NOMINATION PROCEDURES:
All nominations should be electronically submitted via email attachment to Kellie.Hilker@mtsu.edu
All full-time, non-temporary faculty members, except those who have been recipients
within the previous five years (see below list), are eligible for nomination. No one
is eligible for more than one Foundation Award in any given year. Previous recipients
of the MTSU Distinguished Creative Activity Award are:
2006-2007 - Dr. Mary Nichols (Electronic Media Communication) and Dr. Daniel Pfeifer (Recording Industry)
2007- 2008 - Dr. Kim Nofsinger (Speech and Theater)
2008-2009 - Dr. Paul Osterfield (Music)
2010-2011- Dr. Don Aliquo (School of Music)
2011-2012 - Dr. Claudia Barnett (English) and Dr. Raymond Thomas (Music)
2012-2013 - Dr. Robert Wood (Recording Industry)