Portfolio Submission

Requirements for Nominee Portfolios

Below is a list of required forms and supporting materials for nominees in each category. Please provide all the supporting materials that apply. All portfolios materials must be submitted by 5:00pm on Wednesday February 12, 2014.

Please note the following:

  • The letter of recommendation and letter of authentication should be mailed (in separate sealed envelopes) to Phil He, Associate Vice Provost for Graduate Education, at 110 Churchill Hall. Please ensure the student’s last name appears in the bottom right-hand corner of each envelope. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that these materials are completed and mailed.
  • All remaining documents should be uploaded to the submission portal in a single PDF file labeled with the student’s last name.

 

Completed portfolios should consist of the following:

Research: Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering

  • Completed letter of authentication
  • Current resume or CV
  • List of publications, current or forthcoming in 2013-2014 (with full citation information)
  • List of patents, current or forthcoming in 2013-2014 (with full citation information)
  • List of presentations at academic conferences in 2013-2014, current or forthcoming
  • List of honors and awards received in 2013-2014
  • Copies of publications in 2013-2014 as they appear in the literature
  • A one-page reference letter from the nominee’s principal research advisor


Research: Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences

  • Completed letter of authentication
  • Current resume or CV
  • List of publications in 2013-2014, current or forthcoming (with full citation information)
  • List of patents in 2013-2014, current or forthcoming (with full citation information)
  • List of presentations at academic conferences in 2013-2014, current or forthcoming
  • List of honors and awards received in 2013-2014
  • Copies of publications in 2013-2014 as they appear in the literature
  • A one-page reference letter from the nominee’s principal research advisor


Community Service

  • Completed letter of authentication
  • Current resume or CV
  • List of activities in 2013-2014 (please briefly describe the tasks carried out and contributions made by the nominee during this period, please indicate the institution, college or office, and whether this is an internship or paid/unpaid job)
  • Personal philosophy (please provide a brief statement describing your ethics, approach, objectives and understanding of service; you can also include innovations and dissemination activities, self-assessment and improvement techniques as well as leadership and mentoring experiences you had in this service)
  • One reference letter in addition to the nomination letter
  • Supporting materials (please list awards and honors received, certificates taken, training attended, or publications as well as any other documents as a proof of your work, e.g. prepared newsletters, flyers, drawings or designs)


Experiential Learning


Teaching: Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering

  • Completed letter of authentication
  • Current resume or CV
  • Syllabi of courses taught or to be taught in 2013-2014
  • One-page recommendation from a faculty member familiar with the nominee’s teaching
  • Statement of the nominee’s teaching philosophy
  • Representative selection of course materials such as assignments, examinations, or PowerPoint printouts
  • Representative selection of student evaluations


Teaching: Humanities, Social, and Behavioral Sciences

  • Completed letter of authentication
  • Current resume or CV
  • Syllabi of courses taught or to be taught in 2013-2014
  • One-page recommendation from a faculty member familiar with the nominee’s teaching
  • Statement of the nominee’s teaching philosophy
  • Representative selection of course materials such as assignments, examinations, or PowerPoint printouts
  • Representative selection of student evaluations