(For each activity listed, provide the appropriate documentation, including syllabus, evidence of integration, and use of innovations)
1. Development and teaching of new course. This is a course not previously taught by that individual anywhere.
2. Innovation in Teaching
(This includes, but is not limited to, the following innovations: technological [course web sites; on-line discussion groups; distance learning; video; audio; teleconferencing]; service learning; community outreach projects; and others).
5 hours equals 1 point
Max of 5 points
3. Self-Development Activities for Improving Teaching
(This includes internal [KSU-based] or external activities that involve a significant commitment of time [minimum of five hours] and that are focused primarily upon the acquisition of new teaching skills. Examples include: mini-courses at professional association meetings, summer institutes, conferences on teaching, collegial development of teaching activities, or auditing a course. Examples of activities not covered include two-hour long Moulton Hall presentation or training event, panels or paper sessions at professional meetings, attending lectures, etc.)
5 hours equals 1 point
Max. of 5 points
B. Teaching Activities Other than Coursework
1. Dissertation Supervision: Advisor or Co-Advisor
2. Dissertation Committee Member (includes internal and external committees; does not include Graduate Faculty Representative or Defense Moderator)
3. Masters Thesis Advisor or Co-Advisor (includes M.L.S.)
4. MPA Internship and M.A. Essay, advisor only
(M.A. Essay: 1 point per essay, advisor only)
5. Senior Honors Thesis Advisor or Co-Advisor
6. Interdisciplinary Program Senior Thesis Advisor (e.g. Women’s Studies)
7. Graduate Comprehensive Exams Committee Member
8. Independent Study or Internship Supervision (include documentation)
1 point per student; Max. of 4 points
C. Professional Presentations on Teaching
(Provide a copy of each item upon submission of form)
1. Paper on teaching at a major Political Science or other major disciplinary or interdisciplinary meeting (including but not limited to APSA, MWPSA, ISA, ASA, UAA, APPAM, AHA)
2. Paper on teaching at specialty meeting, area studies, most regional meetings, invited papers at a symposium.
3. Paper on teaching at a minor Political Science or other minor disciplinary or interdisciplinary meetings (e.g. state association meetings)
4. Round Table Participant or Panel Discussant on teaching.
5. External Colloquium on teaching
6. KSU Colloquium on teaching
D. Teaching Awards
1. Ohio Professor of the Year
2. Winner of Alumni Teaching Award
3. Winner of College of A & S Student Advisory Council Award
4. Winner of Honors College Award
5. Finalist for Alumni Teaching Award
6. New Student Orientation Award
7. Other University, State, or National Teaching Awards as determined by FEC.
E. Internal grants or awards for Teaching
1. UTC Summer Development Award or Arts & Sciences Summer Development Award