Fulbright Scholar Table
Faculty-Student Research Award
To encourage and promote student involvement in research scholarship, an award is given to faculty members and Ramapo students who have done research in close collaboration. The outcome of the scholarship should have been juried or refereed outside the institution and should have resulted in conference presentation, publication or exhibition. The student(s) should have made a significant contribution to the project, not merely providing help for routine tasks. The award is presented to one outstanding student researcher in each school at the annual Honors Convocation.
For awards available through the Office of the Provost, students must have a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and 24 Ramapo credits. Students must submit an application form, essay, and letter of recommendation from a faculty member or employer. The application form is available in the Provost’s Office, Room 101 of the Birch Mansion. For additional information please visit the Admissions website
Schomburg Distinguished Visiting Scholar Program
The Minority Faculty and Staff Association has created criteria for the Schomburg Scholar program. Please review before submitting your proposal. For the 2016/17 academic year applications for the fall term are still being accepted. Applications for spring 2017 will be reviewed in late fall 2016.
Schomburg Criteria General Guidelines Contract Form W-9 Form
The Fred and Florence Thomases Faculty Award
The Fred and Florence Thomases Award will be given annually to one or two members of the faculty who demonstrate significant and ongoing contributions to the development of the college. This can be expressed through teaching, scholarship, service to committees and outstanding fulfillment of professional responsibility. A complete list of winners since the award began in 1977 can be found below.
Thomases Award 2018
From left: Dean Susan Hangen, SSHGS, Carter Jones Meyer, Provost Beth E. Barnett
Past Thomases Award Winners (Word)
The Henry Bischoff Excellence in Teaching Award
The Henry Bischoff Excellence in Teaching Award was created to honor deceased Ramapo colleague and historian Henry Bischoff, when he retired in 1997. This award is given to a faculty member whose work as a teacher embodies the best of Ramapo’s teaching culture. Nominations are made by a faculty member on behalf of a colleague. Each nomination must be in writing in a letter or email message with a narrative citing specific reasons for the nomination.
This year’s winner is Todd Barnes, Associate Professor of Literature from the Salameno School of Humanities and Global Studies.
A complete list of winners can be found below this photo.
Bischoff Award 2017
Professor Todd Barnes from the Salameno School of Humanities and Global Studies is the 2017 Bischoff Award winner.
Past Bischoff Award Winners