Stewart Distinguished Teaching Awards
The Stewart Distinguished Teaching Awards are made possible through a grant from the Douglas and Virginia Stewart Foundation through our Palm Beach State College Foundation. The awards recognize distinguished teaching utilizing proven student engagement practices fostering interactive learning.
Two Stewart Distinguished Teaching Awards of $5000 each are available in spring term. The awards will honor faculty and program instructors who utilize interactive learning practices as a critical component of effective teaching that promotes student engagement, practices fostering interactive learning, and retention and success. Stewart Distinguished Teaching Award recipients will be those faculty and program instructors who demonstrate that they go above and beyond the norm by designing, implementing, assessing and analyzing learning practices to help students succeed in reaching their academic goals. Documentation should include evidence of how the stated learning outcomes were assessed.
The awards are open to all teaching faculty, including full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, and instructors teaching PSAV courses. Previous recipients are not eligible.
Questions should be directed to Dr. Anita Kaplan at: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Apply
Learn what to do and not to do when applying for the Stewart Distinguished Teaching Award. Bring a rough draft of your application to discuss with the presenters, who are both previous winners and award committee members.
Professor Wilber is also available for small group workshops before Professional Development Day. Please email her at email@example.com if you are interested.
Please note that the applicant must use these forms to ensure comparability between the submitted lesson plans. Materials submitted not using these forms will be returned to the applicant. The Deadline for Submission is February 24, 2017.
Award recipients will be announced at Convocation. Awardees will be recognized at a District Board of Trustees meeting. The recipients may be asked to make a presentation to faculty at Development Day; recipients may also be asked to present their lesson plans to part-time faculty and program instructors. These presentations will focus on the strategies, practices and methods they use in promoting student retention, engagement and success through instructional design. If you have any questions, please email or call Dr. Anita Kaplan. The selection committee will be headed by Dr. Anita Kaplan, Dean Bachelor's Degree Programs.
All submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 - 2018 Award Recipients
Professors Kanathy Haney and Sandra Demauro
From Left to Right: Professor Kanathy Haney, President Ava L. Parker, Dr. Anita Kaplan, Professor Sandra
Demauro, Dr. Roger Yohe
2016-2017 Award Recipients
2015-2016 Award Recipients
2014-2015 Award Recipients
2013-2014 Award Recipients
2012-2013 Award Recipients
Karin St. Pierre
2011-2012 Award Recipients
2010-2011 Award Recipients
2009-2010 Award Recipients
2008-2009 Award Recipients
2007-2008 Award Recipients
2006-2007 Award Recipients