Integrated Business Excellence Awards
In the Integrated Business (IB) program, you work closely with each other and your instructors which gives you intimate knowledge of the skills and talents of your IB colleagues. The IB Excellence Awards provide you the opportunity to recognize those talents. To nominate IB students and faculty for the IB Excellence Awards, please complete and submit the survey (linked below) by 11:59pm on Friday, November 30th.
There are eight awards, seven for students and one for faculty, that are described in the eight questions of the survey. You can nominate only one fellow IB student for each award and only one faculty member for the faculty award, but you do not have to nominate someone for every award. Students and the faculty member who receive the most nominations will be recognized at the IB Banquet held near the end of the spring semester. Please complete this survey only once this semester.
Thank you very much for your help in recognizing IB students and faculty who have contributed to the success of all of us in the IB program.
King Arthur Award for Leadership: This award recognizes IB students who demonstrate exceptional skill and ability in applying leadership principles such as effectively espousing the vision of the program and motivating other IB students to achieve and excel.
Sir Galahad Award for Professionalism and Ethics: This award recognizes IB students who unwaveringly exhibit professional demeanor across a variety of situations, are consulted for their advice regarding professional behavior, and consistently uphold community and university ethical standards.
Sir Lancelot Award for Teamwork: This award recognizes IB students who exhibit exceptional collaborative skills both in an out of the classroom. Such students are able to facilitate effective teamwork in highly diverse groups across a wide variety of classroom and university settings.
Sir Percival Award for Critical Thinking: This award recognizes IB students who are able to effectively assess problem situations, formulate insightful questions, evaluate assumptions, gather relevant information, interpret data, recommend informed solutions, and articulate the consequences of interventions.
Sir Gawain Award for Communication: This award recognizes IB students who effectively express themselves both verbally and in writing through application of accepted communication conventions, accurate analysis of audiences, use of effective listening skills, and proficient translation of complex ideas.
Sir Bedivere Award for Research: This award recognizes IB students who exhibit creativity and persistence in accessing empirical and non-empirical support for ideas, opinions, and assumptions. These students are recognized experts at finding and interpreting needed information and incorporating it into a variety of deliverables using professionally-accepted citation standards.
Sir Tristan Award for Technology Literacy: This award recognizes IB students who understand the uses and limitations of a wide variety of technological problem solutions and can appropriately recommend and implement such solutions. These students are also master users of both common technological tools such as MicroSoft Office products, Prezi, and Webcourses and less common, specialized technological tools such as MS Visio and MS Project.