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The CUR MCS Division Inclusivity Award is an annual recognition of a member who has shown excellence and sustainable work to broaden access to mathematical, computational, or statistical sciences with a focus on the implementation of real-world research projects for undergraduate students. A desirable contribution would be one that has to influence the community in a significant and positive way on a national scale or has the potential to do so especially engaging a wider audience, similar to the NSF’s famous goal of “broader impacts.”
Submit your nomination here
Applications should be completed via the online form above. Applications will require an upload of one PDF, 16MB max file size package containing the following items:
See Evaluation Criteria for more information.
5:00 PM ET on Friday, April 28, 2023.
Division Councilors will review the completed applications and will determine the award winner. The awardee will be notified by the end of May.
Evidence of experience regarding the improvement of incorporating inclusion into undergraduate research.
The number of impactful projects and/or initiatives successfully completed.
Evidence of impact and success.
A clear reflection of how the initiatives have impacted post-graduate success in graduate school or in students’ careers.
A clear explanation of how well your diverse knowledge and skill has enabled you to employ a few high-impact academic practices that can be considered as unique and positive stimuli for long-lasting and/or life-changing influence on undergraduate students’ passion for learning, researching, and giving back to the community.
Specific examples as described in the letter of application and the letters of support by colleagues and students.
For questions regarding this award, please reach out to CUR@CUR.org.
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