Criteria for Charles P. Nash Prize
Some DFA members have inquired about the criteria for deciding who receives the Charles P. Nash Prize. The criteria are being finalized and the mechanism of selection of the prize winner is being decided by representatives from the DFA, Senate, Federation, the Nash family, and the University Foundation. We will post the details on the DFA website once all is finalized.
The current wording of the Prize is as follows:
“Purpose of Award. The Charles P. Nash Prize is designed to reward exceptional achievement and commitment in promoting shared governance and advocacy for faculty interests and welfare.
Eligible Recipients. The Prize is to be awarded annually to a member of the UC Davis Academic Senate, the Davis Faculty Association, or the Academic Federation whose actions, in the spirit of Charlie Nash, demonstrate an exceptional and extended commitment to shared governance and/or promoting faculty interests by ensuring equitable treatment of faculty. In the spirit of Charlie Nash, such activity must be above and beyond normal committee assignments or academic obligations, typically, over a period of time or one’s career.”
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