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Academic Senate Award Nomination Forms

Ralph Story Award The Ralph Story Award was established by the Academic Senate (then called Faculty Senate) in 1969. The award is meant to recognize a deserving faculty member who has given extraordinary service to the college, community and to the field of education. The deserving faculty member must be nominated by a fellow full-time faculty member who has knowledge of the individual’s contributions, and service to the college and community. Signatures from other full-time faculty members and letters of support are solicited by the nominator. The nomination application and support documents are submitted to the academic senate office on or before the deadline -which is in April. The award is presented at the Academic Senate Breakfast that takes place at the end of the spring semester. For those who have a history here, you may remember this award was presented by Tony Georgilas and television personality Ralph Story.  Each year Tony and Ralph presented this award while providing a repertoire that was quite funny. 

Unsung Hero Award: Past Presidents Harry Kawahara and Jane Hallinger came up with the idea of awarding a classified member of the PCC family with a special award for the employee who goes the extra mile, who goes above and beyond their job description, unselfishly and with a happy heart.  They named this award “The Unsung Hero.”  The unsung hero must be a full-time, classified employee. They are nominated by a division or office supervisor or full-time faculty member. The nomination form requires signatures of five full-time faculty and ten classified staff. A statement from the person nominating the individual is also part of the application. Letters in support of the nomination are also encouraged.  The completed nomination form and supporting documents are submitted to the academic office on or before the deadline – which is in April. The award is presented at the Academic Senate breakfast that takes place at the end of the spring semester.

MVA:  Most Valuable Adjunct  Award: The MVA is a new award given for the first time this year. This award recognizes the valuable asset that adjunct faculty are to the functioning of PCC. Some adjunct faculty contribute not only within the classroom, but outside the classroom as well, which is far beyond their hourly assignment. The deserving adjunct must be teaching for a minimum of 5 years and exhibit passion and involvement in their support of the college. Suggested activities may include: Academic Senate service, student club advisement, committee /program service and/or school-wide and departmental committees, etc. The adjunct must be nominated by a member of the full-time faculty and be supported by ten signatures of full-time faculty members. The nomination form also includes a statement made by the nominating faculty that indicates the services performed by the adjunct. The nomination form and supporting documents are submitted to the Academic Senate office on or before the deadline- which is in April. The award is presented at the Academic Senate breakfast.

Rank Change: Fall 2015 - Spring 2016

Instructions and Forms

PDFGeneral Fund Contribution Form

Academic Senate Agenda Request Rubric

Full-Time Faculty Hiring Application Request and Rubric

Faculty Conference, Travel and Reimbursement

Faculty Professional Development Activities Forms

  • 2016 Forms Pending