The Faculty Award for Transformative Teaching recognizes a colleague for achievement in an imaginative teaching practice. This might take the form of a curricular revision, a course redesign, an inventive tradition, a new teaching format, an exemplary project, a new immersive experience, or any number of ways our colleagues transform the learning experience. In turn, such teaching transforms the students and the teacher.
Starting in 2017, this faculty award showcases our faculty’s shared commitment to the Jesuit core value of magis, a constant challenge to improve. The Committee on Teaching Enhancement selects a teaching practice that best exemplifies a commitment to imaginative and effective teaching, based on peer nomination. Each year's honored colleague shows us all what is possible, in the classroom and beyond. The recipient is announced each year at the annual Faculty Excellence Celebration (formerly the Deans' Symposium).
Any current full-time faculty member
Committee on Teaching Enhancement
January 15, 2017
Peer nomination open to all faculty members. To nominate a colleague, submit a brief nomination describing the transformative teaching practice that you want to recognize and how it exemplifies Loyola's commitment to imaginative and effective teaching. Refer to the award description. Concrete examples of innovative practices and evidence of learning outcomes are especially helpful.
*Colleagues who have been nominated in the past may be re-nominated. Colleagues can only receive the award once.