The Distinguished Award for Outstanding College Science Teaching is awarded annually by the Hoosier Association of Science Teachers, Inc. to an outstanding college science teacher who exhibits a passion for innovative science teaching.
Nominees must be full-time college science teachers in the state of Indiana.
Teachers may self-nominate for this award.
HASTI recognizes outstanding Hoosier science educators who are innovators in their classrooms. All recipients will be recognized at the HASTI Annual State Conference at the Awards Ceremony/Reception in February 2023.
Follow the directions below to ensure that applications are complete.
1. Online Registration
Nominator completes the on-line awards application registration. Nominator provides nominee’s school information, contact information and A short (250 word or less) explanation of why your nominee deserves the award including an example of your nominee’s exemplary science teaching. Nomination Link
Either the nominator or nominee submits the following sections using either Word Document or PDF to the Awards Manager (email@example.com)
2. Nominee Vita
This section includes the nominee’s brief work history, honors or recognition received, or examples of leadership within profession, professional activities, and publications.
3. Nominee Photo
Include one photo of the nominee. This photo will be used for publicity should the nominee be selected as the awardee.
4. Letters of Recommendation
Two supporting letters from administrator, student or parent, and/or a peer teacher. One of these letters could be written by the nominator. Support letters are limited to one single spaced, typed page.
Submit nomination and supporting materials in the following form
Deadline - November 1, 2023
Indiana University - Southeast
New Albany, IN
2014 - Dr. Sharon Schleigh
2008 - Dr. Songwen Xie
2006 - Susan McDowell