Ferris State University faculty, staff, students and emeriti will be recognized for reaching audiences beyond the university community through scholarly or creative works.
The Ferris Library for Information, Technology and Education will host the first Author Recognition Event on Thursday, March 21 to honor those at Ferris who published, presented, exhibited or released scholarly or creative work in 2012. Submissions will be accepted through Friday, Feb. 15.
“It’s important for Ferris to recognize the work of faculty, staff, students and emeriti of a personal nature that happened for a broader audience than the university,” said FLITE Dean Scott Garrison, who is organizing the event with the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, Ferris’ Kendall College of Art and Design, the Office of Academic Research and Academic Affairs.
Works include published non-fiction or fiction books, short stories, poems or scholarly articles, accepted conference presentations and posters, sound and video recordings of a musical or dramatic performance or art exhibits.
Submissions will be showcased at the March reception and later available on the FLITE website.
Details for submitting a work can be found here.
Additional questions or nominations can be directed to Ann Breitenwischer at (231) 591-3750.
Last updated: 08-15-2013