CCID 2020 Werner Kubsch Nominations

The 2020 Dr. Werner Kubsch Award
The Werner Kubsch Award is presented annually to an international educator from a CCID member institution who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in international education related to community colleges and similar institutions worldwide. A nominee must be a leading advocate for international education through curriculum/culture development, study abroad, faculty exchanges, educational linkages, or other international projects at his or her institution; and should exemplify career dedication to the field.

CCID welcomes nominations for the 2020 Werner Kubsch Award from community, technical, and vocational institutions worldwide. The deadline for nominations is December 13, 2019.
Please have the following information ready prior to beginning the submission form:
1. Nominee's Position/Title and Institution during the period for which the achievements are cited
2. Resume/CV of the Nominee
3. Support letter for the nominee from the executive of their institution (president, chancellor, rector, CEO)
4. Countries where the nominee has worked or partnered (optional)
5. Narratives for AWARD CRITERIA:
You will need to indicate the criteria in which the Nominee has excelled, and under which the nomination is being submitted. You must choose a minimum of 1 butshowcasing multiple criteria is encouraged. Each criterion selected is required to have a separate narrative of approximately 250 words, detailing how the Nominee excelled in that specific area.You do not have to respond to every criterion.
6. Supporting Materials:
Supporting materials strengthen the nomination and are strongly encouraged. Supporting documents should be directly relevant to the award criteria cited in the nomination narrative. You may submit up to a total of 10 pages and can include links to publications, articles, etc. Only electronic submissions will be accepted.

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* 1. Please enter nominee's information:

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* 2. Please enter nominee's title/role:

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* 3. Please include countries where nominee has worked or partnered: (optional)

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* 4. Supporting Materials:
Supporting materials strengthen the nomination and are strongly encouraged. Supporting documents should be directly relevant to the award criteria cited in the nomination narrative. You may submit up to a total of 10 pages and can include links to publications, articles, etc. Only electronic submissions will be accepted.

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* 5. Supporting Materials (cont):
Supporting materials strengthen the nomination and are strongly encouraged. Supporting documents should be directly relevant to the award criteria cited in the nomination narrative. You may submit up to a total of 10 pages and can include links to publications, articles, etc. Only electronic submissions will be accepted.

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* 6. Please upload nominee's CV/Resume

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* 7. Please upload a letter of support from the executive of the nominee's instution: (president, chancellor, rector, CEO)

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AWARD CRITERIA: Each criterion will be rated on a 5-point scale for a maximum total of 30 points. To view/download the nomination guidelines and rubric for scoring. Matrix available here: https://www.ccidinc.org/werner-kubsch-scoring

Criterion 1 - Developing the global competence of students at the institution by helping them understand the impact of other countries and cultures on their daily lives
Criterion 2 - Expanding opportunities for students to study abroad
Criterion 3 - Developing opportunities for faculty and staff to participate in international professional development or exchange
Criterion 4 - Developing international partnerships that further the impact of international education at the institution
Criterion 5 - Leading projects abroad which benefit educational systems or people in other countries
Criterion 6 - Expanding pathways for international students to study at the institution

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* 8. . Award Criteria and Narrative:
Select from the criteria listed above and for each criterion, describe in 250 words how the nominee has excelled in the criterion. You must choose a minimum of one criterion, but showcasing multiple criteria is encouraged. You do not have to respond to every criterion.

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* 9. Finally, please provide your contact information.

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