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The SFIS Charter Awards are made annually to three students within each SFIS degree program who embody and demonstrate the core ASU Charter values of access, excellence and impact within their studies, activities and lives.
The 18 awards of $500 are made possible through the generosity of our community members on Sun Devil Giving Day. Charter Awards recipients will be announced at the Fall SFIS Charter Awards on December 3, 2020.
Nominations must be submitted through the webform. Only information provided in the nomination submission will be reviewed and considered by the committees for awards selections.
Students may be nominated by SFIS faculty, staff or students. Self-nominations are also accepted.
Each SFIS degree program has its own Charter Awards Selection Committee that will review the nominations for their corresponding program and make the final recommendations for their program's three Charter Award recipients.
|FIS Charter Awards Selection Committee|
|Jamey Wetmore (co-chair)|
|Mary Jane Parmentier (co-chair)|
|GTD Charter Awards Selection Committee|
|Mary Jane Parmentier (chair)|
|PIT Charter Awards Selection Committee|
|HSD Charter Awards Selection Committee|
|Lekelia “Kiki” Jenkins (Chair)|
|MSTP Charter Awards Selection Committee|
|Kathleen Vogel (Chair)|
|IGD Charter Awards Selection Committee|
|Netra Chhetri (Chair)|
Nominations should be made to clearly describe how the nominee uniquely exemplifies the spirit and values of the ASU Charter, and which value of access, excellence, or impact they have demonstrated most strongly if not all three. Selection criteria will remain broad, allowing recognition of students who exemplify the ASU Charter in novel, unexpected, and serendipitous ways. Criteria may include:
Undergraduates need to register their research information here by November 1, 2020. This tells us how many students are participating. Submit your research project by noon on November 30, 2020, to this form in the correct format. See, "All students - Slide Requirements" for more information.
The submission process is modeled after a professional conference. Please submit the title and abstract here by November 1, 2020. You will be notified by November 9 if your submission is accepted. Further instructions will be given at that time.
All students - research requirements
Students will utilize PowerPoint to present the project information in a slide show format instead of a poster. This will make it easier to see and present the project information.
Information regarding PowerPoint presentation expectations/requirements will be shared soon.
Download this blank SFIS Branded PowerPoint template if you would like to get started on your presentation.