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Outstanding Faculty Awards

The Outstanding Faculty Awards are the Commonwealth's highest honor for faculty at Virginia's public and private colleges and universities. These awards recognize superior accomplishments in teaching, research, and public service.

Nomination Guidelines

John David

John David
Virginia Military Institute
Rising Star

April Hill

April Hill
University of Richmond

Michael Hochella

Michael Hochella, Jr.
Virginia Tech

William Hughes

William Hughes
James Madison University

Charles Hyde

Charles Hyde
Old Dominion University

Jennifer Kahn

Jennifer Kahn
College of William
and Mary
Rising Star

James Kirkwood

James Kirkwood
Sweet Briar College

Sabita Manian

Sabita Manian
Lynchburg College

Jonathan Noyalas

Jonathan Noyalas
Lord Fairfax Community College

Lawrence Schwartz

Lawrence Schwartz
Virginia Commonwealth University

John Swaddle

John Swaddle
College of William
and Mary

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Jacqueline Bixler

Jacqueline Bixler
Virginia Tech

Everett Worthington

Everett Worthington
Virginia Commonwealth University

2016 Outstanding Faculty Award Recipients

You Tube OFA Video OFA Workshop Video

An Outstanding Faculty Award Workshop was hosted by SCHEV on April 14, 2015 to provide information and advice to institutions regarding how to prepare nomination packages.  SCHEV staff provided an overview of the award timeline, process and substantive criteria. This was followed by panel discussions that highlighted successful practices for preparing nomination packages and provided advice from reviewers and recent award recipients. The YouTube video is a 30-minute condensation of the most captivating moments of the three-hour event.   

Here is a breakdown of the segments and location in the video: