Metroversity is in the process of reorganizing its structure. The writing competition for 2014 is cancelled.
Kentuckiana Metroversity sponsors a competition in both CREATIVE writing and EXPOSITORY writing each year. The 2013 winners in prose, poetry and academic writing will be honored on at 7:00pm, Friday, May 26 at a Literary Reading held at the 620 Building on the Jefferson Community and Technical College campus
The Creative Writing Competition awards a first prize of $200 and a second prize of $100 in two categories: short fiction and poetry. There are two divisions – one for undergraduate students and one for graduate students.
The Expository Writing competition awards a first prize of $200 and a second prize of $100 in two categories: creative nonfiction or essay and research. There are two divisions – one for undergraduate students and one for graduate students.
In addition there will be an award for the entry that adresses the topic of “RACE, PLACE AND IDENTITY” and an INTERNATIONAL category for undergraduate students whose native language is not English.
Award for Outstanding Instructional Development
Metroversity is in the process of reorganizing its structure. The Instructional Development Competion for 2014 is cancelled.
The Metroversity Awards for Instructional Development were created to encourage the ongoing improvements of instructional development among full-time faculty of member institutions.
The Kentuckiana Metroversity, Inc. offers annually awards to persons who present the best designs for instructional development in college teaching.
Four winners are given cash prizes of $1000 each. An additional Special Merit Award of $1000 will be given to the top proposal. Funds are available for these Awards from a generous grant made by Mr. H. Charles Grawemeyer and from Metroversity Funds.
The deadline for the 2013 competition has been extended to March 31, 2013.
Adult Learner Awards
Kentuckiana Metroversity recognizes that adult students enrich our academic communities but also that attending college as an adult may be both complicated and challenging. To honor these nontraditional students and the faculty and staff that support them, Metroversity has created the Adult Student Learner Awards.
This year, outstanding adult learners and the faculty and staff that support them were honored on April 26 at a dinner and celebration hosted by Kim Pelle at Indiana University Southeast. Interim Vice Chancellor Anne Skuce welcomed the award winners and their families. Dr. Dan Ash, who earned his degrees as a non traditional student and Paul Hankins, a past winner of the award, entertained, enlightened and applauded the winners. Here is a complete list of the winners and a brief biography that demonstrates why they were chosen for the award. Metroversity Outstanding Adult Learners, Faculty and Staff 2013
Each Metroversity college or university selects overall winners from the nominees from their school. There is both an undergraduate and graduate adult student winner as well as a faculty member and staff member selected from each insititution to receive an award. The deadline for 2014 awards will be February 15, 2014.