Nominations should include a description of the nominee’s outstanding contributions in:
- Mentoring of students at the baccalaureate, master’s, and/or doctoral levels;
- Teaching outside of traditional degree programs at one’s university, including continuing education programs, short courses, and programs for the general public;
- Innovative teaching-related contributions to one’s field, such as textbooks and other teaching materials;
- Scholarship on teaching methodology;
- High-level, national leadership to improve teaching and mentoring within CEPH-accredited schools or programs of public health;
- Demonstration of a national and/or international reputation as an educator; and
- Innovative or creative efforts in education.