Best Practices Award
Members of the Academic Community will be admitted: teachers and non-teachers. Each candidate can submit more than one proposal or project. Applications can be subscribed individually or by teams of up to six members.
The “Good Practices” proposed are classified in thematic areas, according to the aspects established in the UAlg Strategic Plan for 2017/2021, namely: Teaching, Research and Development, Community and Governance. Applications that demonstrate that the results contribute in a clear, quantified, current and innovative way to the pursuit of strategic objectives and initiatives and to the indicators established for these aspects will be eligible.
The prize is divided into two categories:
- “Good Practice of Excellence”, aimed at the best classified application in each intervention area
- “Good Practice of Merit”, for applications that stand out for their global merit and impact for the institution's development and quality
Date to be announced
Jury of the tender
Applications will be evaluated by a panel of evaluators composed of the members of the Quality Assurance Commission. The panel may include specialists in a specific area whenever their contribution to the evaluation of a good practice is justified.
The prize will be delivered at a public ceremony.