All scholarly and creative activities are appropriate. "Scholarly activities" shall be defined as those that create and/or advance existing knowledge through systematic investigation and acquisition of data, analysis and interpretation of data, as well as public dissemination of novel knowledge through peer-reviewed publications and/or patents. Scholarly activities may involve basic, applied, or pedagogical research. "Creative activities" shall be defined as original contributions in the fine, performing, literary, graphic, and digital arts.
Applications will be evaluated with respect to the following:
The Committee for the Provost’s Award for Excellence shall request all nominees to provide the following:
Personal statement about your research, scholarly, and creative activities (1 page, double spaced, 12 point font, 1 inch margins)
A curriculum vitae on the approved form; no other version of the cv will be considered.
A list of relevant publications, patents, presentations, performances, etc
Three letters from individuals who are recognized in the nominee’s field of study, including two who are not employed by Cal Poly Pomona. These must be on letterhead and signed or they will not be considered.
Up to three letters from current or former students, faculty, or staff who can provide evidence of the importance to Cal Poly Pomona of the nominee’s work. Letters from faculty and staff must be on letterhead, students’ letters must include Bronco ID Number, and all letters must be signed or they will not be considered.
All materials must be submitted by the deadline and must conform to the guidelines above. Materials that do not meet these requirements will not be considered.