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The Francis Alison Faculty Award is the University's highest competitive award for faculty. The award, which was established by the Trustees of the University, is to be given each year to a faculty member of the University of Delaware who has made notable contributions to his or her field of study. Awarded since 1979, nominaations come from faculty.
Faculty members and graduate students are nominated based on their commitment to teaching and to their students, their ability to inspire students to excel academically, as well as the rigor of their courses and their enthusiasm for teaching them. Awardees are selected by the University Faculty Senate's Committee on Student and Faculty Honors. Awarded since 1954, nominations by students and alumni are especially important.
Faculty members are nominated by demonstrating knowledge of the University's programs, being proactive in maintaining contact with their advisees, effectively communicating with students, and encouraging student growth. Awardees are selected by the University Faculty Senate's Committee on Student and Faculty Honors. Awarded since 1988, nominations by students and alumni are especially important.
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All CAS awards have been awarded since 1996, with nominations coming directly from the Chair of the Department.
CAS Advisement Award:
CAS Service Award:
CAS Scholarship Award:
CAS Teaching Award:
G. Cuthbert Webber Award
The Webber Award is given in memory of Dr. G. Cuthbert Webber, Professor of Mathematics, University of Delaware (1937-1981). The award consisting of a plaque and a financial gift is presented to a member of the University community or a mathematics educator in the State of Delaware for distinguished service in advancing mathematics education.