The Gerald S. Krispin Research Award is to recognize the achievements of Concordia researchers and scholars, to raise the profile of research and scholarship at Concordia, and to encourage engagement in further research.
The Gerald S. Krispin Research Award is available to all full‐time continuing faculty members at Concordia, either as individuals or in groups. The award is presented to the recipient at the Concordia Recognition Dinner.
The Award is not an annual award, it is only bestowed as circumstances dictate. There may be no recipients for some years, or multiple recipients in a particular year.
- A faculty member or group has, over a substantial period of time, made a consistent and significant research or scholarly contribution to their field.
- A faculty member or group has produced a single piece of high‐impact research or scholarship that has made a major contribution to their field.
- The researcher(s) should have a national or international reputation for research and or scholarly excellence.
A Medal, Name on an Institutional Plaque showing past recipients, and a Cash Award to be spent on scholarly materials or activities of the recipient’s choosing.
President & Vice‐Chancellor
One member of the Research & Faculty Development Committee
Two members of faculty selected by the Research & Faculty Development Committee
Candidates are to be nominated by at least three co‐signing full‐time faculty members who submit:
- The Nomination Form, outlining the rationale for the nomination;
- The full CV of the candidate(s); and
- And other supporting documentation, such as letters of support or evidence of research and/or scholarly impact.
Please sign your nomination and submit it to the President’s Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) by January 15. No anonymous nominations will be accepted.