Department Chair Excellence Award

Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Leadership Program

Through the estate of Anne R. Snyder, the IRSC Foundation has developed the Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Leadership Program. This program has two components:

Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Leadership Academy provides leadership training for all IRSC department chairs. This academy is coordinated for the IRSC Employee Development Program. 

Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Excellence Award is an annual award presented to a department chair who has demonstrated outstanding leadership. The recipient is announced at the annual Golden Medallion Endowed Teaching Chair Awards event and receives a $1,000 stipend.
 
All full-time and adjunct faculty members are eligible to submit nominations for review by the Selection Committee. Department Chairs can also nominate themselves.  The nominee must currently be a department chair and must have completed one year or more as chair to be eligible. The nominee must have attained continuing contract status (tenure) based upon notification dates as specified within the Faculty Handbook.
 
Selection is based on the nominee’s:
  1. Demonstration of outstanding leadership
  2. Demonstration of curricular innovation
  3. Promotion of student success
  4. Overall contribution toward achievement of the College Mission
To submit a nomination for the Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Excellence Award, please review and fill out the 2017 Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Excellence Award Nomination Form. Submit completed nomination to Brianne Hutchinson, Donor Relations, IRSC Foundation Office, A-135 by April 3, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Brianne at x7856 or via email at bhutchin@irsc.edu
 

The 2016 recipient of the Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Excellence Award is Dr. Kelly Amatucci, School of Education Department Chair.

Previous recipients include:
2015 - Dr. Georgette Rosenfeld, Respiratory Care
2014 - David Moberg, Fine Arts Department
2013 - Gale Cohen, Ph.D., Human Services
2012 - Carole C. Amole, R.N., Nursing
2011 - I. Frank Harber, Ed.D., School of Business
2010 - Sherry L. Bowen, Biological Sciences
2009 - L. Dale Hayes - Educational Services
2008 - April D. Van Camp, Ph.D., English/Communications/Modern Languages
2007 - Judith A. Martin-Hall, English As A Second Language
2006 - Alice Serey, D.N.P., Nursing
2005 - Neila R. Bird, Ph.D., Learning Assistance
2004 - Jimmie B. Vandegrift, Computer Information Technology and
            William A. Tyler, Ph.D., Biological Sciences
 

If you have any questions, please contact Brianne Hutchinson at x7856 or via email at bhutchin@irsc.edu.

 

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