Local Senate Awards

Academic Senate Funded Faculty Anti-Racism Event Application

In Fall 2020 Academic Senate voted to use our membership dues to fund anti-racism events for faculty. These events can include online workshops, speakers, book discussions, etc. 

Application form (download Word file)

Outstanding Classified Staff Award

The award honors members of our classified staff who have established an extraordinary record of service to students, faculty, and the mission of the college.  All classified personnel are eligible for the award.

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Outstanding Faculty Awards

The award honors faculty members (full and part time) who have established an extraordinary record of contribution to the learning experience of their students and to their discipline.  Recipients exhibit distinguished teaching, counseling or librarianship, commitment to student success, and contributions to the mission and goals of the college.  

Award criteria

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ASCCC State-wide Awards

Exemplary Program Award

The award honors community college programs that can serve as models across the state; an annual theme is chosen to focus the types of programs to be nominated.

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Hayward Award

This award honors community college full-time and part-time faculty who demonstrate the highest level of commitment to their students, college, and profession. Award recipients, nominated by their college academic senate and selected by representatives of the Academic Senate must have a record of outstanding performance of professional activities, as well as a record of active participation on campus..

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Stanback-Stroud Diversity Award

This award seeks to honor the cadre of committed faculty who consistently rise to meet the challenges our students face.  Serving the most diverse student population of any higher education system in the country, the California Community Colleges System is largely comprised of demographic groups that have traditionally faced barriers to education and are often under prepared when they reach the classroom.  It is the challenge and responsibility of California community college faculty to demonstrate the sustained attention and support necessary to fully engage and excite these students.  This prestigious award acknowledges an individual or group that is exceptional in contributing to the advancement of intercultural harmony, equity, and campus diversity at their college.

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