Recognizing the twin activities of scholarship and innovation.
Scholarship that, by definition, is innovative.
If you have completed a monograph, a work of juried art, or the like within the last year that reflects significant scholarly effort, submit your piece for display.
Follow the steps below to receive the recognition and honor from Northeastern leadership, fellow scholars, students, and industry executives that you deserve.
Faculty Works Information
Faculty Works are the product of significant scholarly effort published by Northeastern authors between January and December of the previous year.
The product will differ between disciplines. In many cases it will be a monograph that has been published following an independent review. In the field of art, it may be a juried piece or production.
Faculty Works are differentiated from the many other products of scholarly activity such as journal articles, self-published books, and teaching aides. Examples of Faculty Works may be found below (non-exhaustive). If you are unsure if your work meets the criteria, please contact your Dean’s office for review.
Works falling within definition
- Books published by independent publishers
- Juried creative works
- Journal editorship (only if a contributing editor)
- Digital materials published by independent publishers
Works not falling within definition
- Translations (unless first ever translation)
- Self-published books and digital materials (unless externally validated)
- Conference proceedings
- Journal articles
- Student workbooks
- Lab manuals
- Research reports
- Field guides or instruction manuals
- Book chapters (unless contributing editor)
Submit materials to your Faculty Works Coordinator by March 19, 2020.
Faculty Works Coordinators
|College of Social Science and Humanities||Bobby Anderson||x8312
420 Renaissance Park
|Bouvé College of Health Sciences||Milan Granillo||x5882
215 Behrakis Health Sciences Center
|D’Amore-McKim School of Business Administration||Stephen Haag||x4236
101 Hayden Hall
|Khoury College of Computer Sciences||Taryn Anastas||x5772
202 West Village H
|College of Engineering||Lauren Narasky||x5615
501 Stearns Center
|School of Law||Stephen Evans||x3307
120 Knowles Center
|College of Professional Studies||Kathy Reinke||x6687
40 Belvidere (4th floor – C4-112)
|College of Arts, Media and Design||Hilary Poriss||x4249
102 Ryder Hall
|College of Science||Renee Patrizi||x5089
115 Richards Hall
Materials will be returned the week following RISE.