Plaque presented at the Annual Conference
A published article meeting the eligibility criteria may be nominated by any NACADA member. Self-nominations are not permitted.
Eligibility & Criteria
Any original article published in a NACADA double-blind peer reviewed publication (currently the NACADA Journal and forthcoming online NACADA Review: Academic Advising Praxis and Perspectives publications) since the inception of the publication. The significance of the article to and the impact of the article on the field of advising are the primary criteria for this award. Significance and impact include, but are not limited to:
- Relevance to the overall field of academic advising or to one specific aspect of academic advising
- Citation in subsequent publications
- Citation in NACADA or other relevant conference presentations
- Influence on the advancement of the field of academic advising
- Influence on the advancement of scholarship in the field of academic advising.
A published article meeting the eligibility criteria may be nominated by any current NACADA member. However, self-nominations are not permitted.
The award selection committee will consist of no fewer than 5 and no more than 7 members of the editorial boards from the NACADA double-blind peer reviewed publications. Concerted effort will focus on a distribution of expertise areas among the membership of this committee (e.g., qualitative research, quantitative research, humanistic perspective, practitioner, etc.). The Selection Committee may annually amend the final rubric used for selection based on current trends, “hot” topics, and other timely factors in the field of academic advising.
- A completed Nomination Submission
- Copy of the published article that meets the eligibility criteria (pdf)
- Statement of up to 350 words explaining the significance of the nominated original NACADA Journal article and its impact on the field of advising.
Scoring rubric for Shaffer Award