Honoring Stellar and Enduring Faculty Contributions to the College's Mission in Education
The Barbara and Corbin J. Robertson, Jr. Presidential Award for Excellence in Education is Baylor’s most prestigious, College-wide, competitive award for faculty educational service. Active faculty members who have made stellar and enduring contributions to the educational mission of the College may be considered for nomination.
Continuous updating of the criteria and process enhance the sustaining value of this award as we educate the next generation for medical research, education and care. The criteria and process assure that the selection of these awardees applies to the broad scope of education at Baylor, involves the entire leadership and recognizes education that transcends current techniques and topics.
Individuals making nominations submit supporting materials, which are reviewed by a Selection Committee, on behalf of the nominee. This website contains details of eligibility, required components of nomination letters and support materials, and nomination and selection process.
"The Barbara and Corbin J. Robertson, Jr. Presidential Award for Excellence in Education emphasizes Baylor's commitment to education and recognizes the excellence in educational contributions of our faculty. The faculty who are honored with this prestigious award have shaped the lives of students through innovative teaching methods and mentoring to prepare our trainees to adopt the mantle of leadership regardless of the career path they choose. They represent the educational efforts of our entire faculty who excel in achieving the goals of our educational mission."
Paul E. Klotman, M.D.
President, CEO and Executive Dean, Baylor College of Medicine