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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER
COLLEGE OF NURSING
Faculty Practice Fund Scoring Rubric Subsection: Appendix Z4
Appendix - Appendices Originating Date: May 2017
Responsible Reviewing Agency:
Faculty Practice Committee
Executive Council
 
 


Faculty Practice Fund Scoring Rubric
Applies to:
Projects, Conferences or Continuing Education

Scoring Rubric:

  Not Applicable 1 2 3

Scoring Explanation:

Not applicable – This item is not relevant to this particular application.

Score of 1 – The application poses a weak explanation for the request. There is little explanation of what the funding request is for or how the outcomes might benefit faculty practice at the UNMC CON.

Score of 2 – The application poses a reasonable explanation for the request. The explanation of the funding request is clear and concise. The outcomes would benefit faculty practice at the UNMC CON.

Score of 3 – The application poses a strong explanation for the request. The explanation of the funding request is clear and concise. Additionally, it includes a strong explanation for significance, innovation, and approach. The outcomes directly benefit faculty practice at the UNMC CON and the individual’s personal trajectory towards promotion and tenure.